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The most famous and beautiful dolls' house in the world

Royal Chambers

The King's and Queen's respective suites can be accessed on the second floor, via the marble staircase. Each room contains articles and decorations particular to the owner's needs. The ceiling of the King's Bedroom was painted by George Plank, who subtly interwove the notes to the first line of the National Anthem into a garden trellis.

The King's Bedroom ©

The walls of the Queen's Bedroom are covered in blue-grey damask, reflecting the style of the 1920s. Both beds have mattresses of horsehair on top of a box-sprung mattress and hotwater bottles have been placed beneath the sheets.

Queen Mary's Dolls' House was created as a 1:12 scale miniature royal palace or town house as a gift from the nation to Queen Mary. The House, with a façade in the style of Sir Christopher Wren or Inigo Jones, is operated by a mechanism in the base

Queen Mary's Dolls' House ©

Turner, Lord & Co.

Cabinet on stand



Weaving School for Crippled Girls, Stratford-upon-Avon


Bolding, J. & Sons

Commode chair

Brigg & Son's




Sutcliffe & Sangorski

Letter rack

Royal School of Needlework

Tester bed

Royal Worcester Porcelain Company Limited (1862-

Set of vases and covers

Wilkinson Sword Company

Sword and scabbard

Allen & Hanburys, Ltd.

Nail brush