City of Wolverhampton's Bantock House Museum is holding a Dolls House Fair on Sunday (22 April) between 11am and 4pm.

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Visitors can wander around stalls at the Finchfield Road venue (WV3 9LQ), see wooden cottages, dolls houses and caravans for sale in the most popular scales.

Stallholders will offer all of the intricate details doll enthusiasts need to complete the scenes for their doll families, including wooden furniture, soft furnishings such as rugs, cushions and curtains, lamps, fireplaces and kitchenware.

Tracey Spillsbury, organiser of the Dolls House Fair, said: "We love being at Bantock House Museum and we have seen the fair grow each time we do it.

"Visitors of all ages are welcome and we hope they will be able to find that something special to complete their scene."

Visitors can also enjoy the Courtyard Café and take a look around the museum which showcases Edwardian life and local history.

Admission to the Dolls House Fair is £1 adults and 50 pence children.

  • released: Tuesday 17 April, 2018