On Saturday 27th and Sunday 28th October 2018 the Museum of Fire will be holding its 30th Annual Doll Bear & Craft Fair.

The Museum has been running this fair for the past 29 years and it has become one of the premier fairs in New South Wales. With over 110 stalls undercover, all on one level with wheel chair access and plenty of bus/ coach parking, it makes for a fun day out for all ages.

Stalls this year include, an assortment of dolls, including reborn, porcelain, vintage, and pixie dolls, many handmade and hand dressed teddies, homemade children’s clothes, Christmas decorations, Quilts, Soap, Candles, Doll Cradles, Dream Catchers, Jewelry, Doll Clothes, enviro bags as well as fully restored prams and to many more craft stalls to mention.

Many stallholders travel a long distance to be here as it is one of the few 2 day indoor fairs still left in Sydney.

The Fair is open to the public from 9.00am to 3pm both days and we also have free Doll Valuations being done by a member of the Doll Collectors Club of NSW on Saturday from 10am till 2pm.

We have kept our entry prices reasonable at just $6.00 for Adults, $4.00 for Concessions and $2.00 for children aged from 2 – 13 years.

The Museum of Fire, located in the old Penrith Power Station, 1 Museum Drive (off Castlereagh Road) opened as Australia’s only dedicated Fire Safety Education Centre in 1986. The Museum is a Registered Charity, dedicated to teaching and promoting Fire Safety and raising awareness of the heroic role fire fighters play in serving the community.

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