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Gnome Homes – Bonney Lake, WA

Gnome Homes (doors) were placed in the community parks in the town of Bonney Lake, Washington in the Spring of 2013. The gnome home project was inspired by news articles about Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California where similar

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Faery Door – San Francisco, CA

The Faery Door was located at the base of an elm tree in the Concourse of Golden Gate Park near the DeYoung Museum and Academy of Sciences in San Francisco, California. Measuring 12-inches tall, the arched wooden door mysteriously appeared around

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Fairy Doors – Northville, MI

Fairy Doors have been popular in the Michigan region since the introduction of these tiny architectural features in the town of Ann Arbor. Not to be outdone, the town of Northville, Michigan decided to continue the tradition by installing fairy

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Leprechaun Door – Syracuse, NY

The Leprechaun Door is located at Coleman’s Irish Pub on historic Tipperary Hill at 100 South Lowell Avenue in Syracuse, New York. Established as a working man’s saloon in 1933, Coleman’s Irish Pub features a 15-inch tall door (aka, “Wee

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Elfin Doors – Columbus, OH

Elfin doors have come to three parks in Columbus, Ohio courtesy of a project sponsored by Keebler, the baked-goods company with an animated elf mascot named Ernie. Keebler paid artists $400 each to create the doors and donated $5,000 to

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Fairy Doors – Ann Arbor, MI

Fairy Doors with tiny knobs and tiny hinges adorn the downtown area of the City of Ann Arbor, a  University of Michigan college town located 45 miles west of Detroit. These magical portals can be found inside a coffeehouse, beside a

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Lake Harriet Elf, Minneapolis, MN

The Lake Harriet Elf (aka “Mr. Little Guy”) lives at the base of an ash tree on the south shore of Lake Harriet in Minneapolis, Minnesota. He moved into the tree in 1995. Although never seen by the public, Mr.

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