Queen Mary’s Doll House at Windsor Castle in Windsor, England

The center of this photo is Norman Gate. The pathway on the right encircles the Round Tower. On the left is the North Terrace. Follow it and you will be rewarded with a marvelous exhibit called Queen Mary’s Doll House. Architect Sir Edwin Lutyen and about 1,500 artisans devoted four years creating this 1:12 scale replica of an aristocrat’s home. The mini-architecture is so detailed it includes rooms with Victorian furniture, over 700 pieces of art, a library filled with classic books, a wine cellar stocked with bottles, a garage with parked limousines and even restrooms with hot and cold running water plus flushing toilets. This was gifted to Queen Mary, the consort of King George V, in 1924.


Windsor SL4 1NJ, UK


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