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LOOK: This Pasig Museum Has Over 10,000 Dolls In Tribal Attire, Fairytale Gowns, And More!It also has dolls inspired by beloved Pinoy celebrities and beauty queens!by Kate Borbon .
If you’re looking for a unique place to visit with your family this weekend, one location you can consider is Dolljoy Factory and Museum in Pasig City, which has a whopping more than 10,000 dolls on display!
Dolljoy Factory and Museum started in 1972 as Dolljoy Factory, a backyard cottage industry in Mandaluyong City. At this time, the museum owners’ four daughters usually received dolls as gifts, which eventually gave them the idea of creating their own dolls.
Fast forward to 2007, when Dolljoy Factory and Museum was conceptualized and officially opened its doors to conduct educational tours and presentations for guests. The museum aims to showcase its vast collections of dolls which are proudly Filipino-made.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWCONTINUE READING BELOWRecommended Videos
Dolljoy Factory and Museum currently houses thousands of assorted dolls, toys, and other items related to doll-making. There are dolls dressed in all sorts of unique costumes: fairytale-inspired gowns, national attire of foreign countries, school uniforms, and more.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
The museum’s Filipiniana section includes dolls dressed in traditional attire from various parts of the Philippines. The dolls are also displayed in different themed exhibits, like a hospital, a beauty salon, and a children’s boutique.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Other collections you’ll find at the museum are dolls modeled after beloved Filipino celebrities and beauty queens, the owners’ doll collections, and dolls from the Precious Moments Company, which commissioned Dolljoy Factory and Museum to manufacture their dolls back in the 1980s.
Aside from viewing the exhibits, guests may also participate in different kinds of educational hands-on activities and even purchase factory-priced dolls.ADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOWADVERTISEMENT - CONTINUE READING BELOW
Dolljoy Factory and Museum is located at 31 C. Raymundo Avenue, Barangay Caniogan, Pasig City. To book your visit, contact (02) 8672 1939, (02) 8370 7554, or 0922-839-0554, or email firstname.lastname@example.org. Visit their Facebook page and website here.
Did you know that October is National Museums and Galleries Month? Before the month ends, visit some museums in Metro Manila. Click here to learn more.
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