Step into Betty’s Cabin & Dollhouse
– Tuesday and Thursday, 10 a.m.–2 p.m.
– Saturday and Sunday, 12–4 p.m.
Betty’s Cabin is free to our visitors, full of games, toys, arts, and crafts. This space and the activities are designed for children seven years and younger to enjoy with their families. The items in the cabin change often so be sure to stop in and check them out! Betty’s Cabin & Dollhouse are a great way for families to build long lasting memories together.
History of Betty’s Cabin & Dollhouse
Betty’s Cabin originated as a purchase from a man in Brown County. Betty
had it reconstructed near her childhood home. In the late 1960s to early 1970s, the cabin was deconstructed. The current cabin is based on this design.
The original Betty’s Dollhouse was built around 1905. It stood where the current reproduction house is now until around 1980, when Betty donated it to the Ball Memorial Hospital Charity Auction. Unfortunately, the original house was destroyed in a storm. The current dollhouse is a fairly exact reproduction.
Photo: Betty Ball in front of her Dollhouse. Image provided by Minnetrista Heritage Collection.