View more than 700 dolls displayed in little scenes at the Valley Doll Museum. Some date back to as early as 1830. Made of materials including wax, felt, coal, porcelain, bisque, cloth, or even with a tin head. The dolls make up a huge variety including unusual finds like a three-faced doll. There’s a display of King Henry VIII and his wives as well as several celebrity and character dolls like Shirley Temple, Scarlett O'Hara, John Wayne, Elvis, Marilyn Monroe and Dolly Parton. Other antique items can also be seen, such as wringer washing machines, scrub boards, radios, a threshing machine, a horse and buggy, a beer wagon, a cream separator and much more. The museum also houses a gift shop and costume shop.