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Dragon Dreams Museum – Chattanooga, TN

Dragon Dreams Museum and Gift Shop was located at 6724-A East Brainerd Road in Chattanooga, Tennessee. The museum is now closed due to the death of Barbara Newton, the museum’s owner/curator. Opened in 1991, the one-story museum housed a unique

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Tom Clark Museum – Davidson, NC

The Tom Clark Museum was located at 131 North Main Street in the college town of Davidson, North Carolina. The museum was dedicated to the work of Thomas Fetzer Clark, a native of Elizabethtown, North Carolina, who graduated from Davidson College

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Posted in Museums, Statues and Carvings

U.S. Trolls – Wilmington, NC

U.S. Trolls is located at 2305 Market Street in Wilmington, NC. It sells stuffed, hand-made troll dolls for children of all ages. The business was founded by Helena Kuuskoski, a talented and imaginative Finnish artist. After World War II, Helena

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Posted in Props, Toys, Dolls & Puppets

Little People Village, Middlebury, CT

Little People Village is tucked away in the woods in Fairfield County a few blocks north of Maggie McFly’s Restaurant in the sleepy town of Middlebury, CT. Originally called “The Fairy Village”, the site was actually a roadside attraction and

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Posted in Fairy Houses and Doors

The Tooth Fairy Museum, Deerfield, IL

The Tooth Fairy Museum (now defunct)  was located in the split-level ranch home on 1129 Cherry Street in suburban Deerfield, Illinois. Created in 1993, the non-profit Tooth Fairy Museum was operated by Dr. Rosemary S. Wells, a former professor at

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Posted in Museums, Private Residences

Pixieland – Otis Junction, Oregon

Pixieland (now closed) was an amusement park located near Otis Junction, Oregon on Hwy 18. It was about three miles north of Lincoln City, the home of The Famous Pixie Kitchen, a popular tourist destination and restaurant. In 1967, Jerry

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Pixie Kitchen – Lincoln City, OR

Pixie Kitchen opened in 1948 in Oceanlake (now Lincoln City), Oregon at 3519 NW Hwy 101. Originally called “Pixie Pot Pies”, the restaurant was located in Wecoma Beach and owned by Mr. and Mrs. T.C. Gallagher and Loren Cleoworth who operated

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