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Antique Toy Show Brings Back Childhood Memories

Historic Granville: "A Christmas Hallmark Movie Town" brings to life childhood memories with "Toy Chests of our Past." This year's show is unique in that toys from decades and eras are displayed in several locations.


The oldest toys from the years prior to the 1920s are featured in Pioneer Village in the 1820s cabin. In the Artisans Building, also located in Pioneer Village, guests will find toys from the 1930s and 1940s. Many of our visitors will recall memories of the 1950s and 1960s as they see toys on display at the Antique Car Museum. Toys from the 1970’s and later will be at the Granville Museum, and antique dolls will be displayed on the second floor of the T. B. Sutton General Store.


The Toy Show can be enjoyed Wednesday - Friday from 12:00 - 3:00 PM and Saturday from 12:00 - 5:00 PM until December 30th and will be included with the Town Tour Ticket of $7.00 along with all other museums and attractions.

Ron Morris and James LaFever of Cookeville stand with their collection at the Artisans Building in Pioneer Village.


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