*** Summer Hours***

                OPEN   Tues-Saturday  12 PM-5 PM  / Closed Sunday -Monday  

Closed  July 1-Wed July 5    August 3-August 8    Sept 1-Sept 5

                           Morning & evening by appointment 

    The National Black Doll Museum of History and Culture sponsored by the Doll E Daze Project & Museum Inc  opened  its doors in historic downtown Mansfield, Mass in  July of  2012.  Rich in culture  the museum celebrates black history through the eyes of a doll collector.

Dolls are a child’s first introduction to self- image, their  stories are key elements in our personal heritage. Regardless of one’s cultural background, everyone has a story to tell. African- American history is filled with stories of enslaved Africans captured and relocated to a strange land and bravely asserting their own cultures.  The history of black dolls is about more than just objects of play.Black dolls have played a critical role in building a diverse American society and rich African American culture. NBDMHC uses their collection along with engaging images and artifacts to illustrate and tell those individual stories.

Mission and Vision

Our Mission is three-fold  to nurture self-esteem, promote culture diversity and to preserve the history of black dolls by educating the public on their significance.

Established as a cultural and educational resource institution the museum  presented by the Doll E Daze project uses its  non-threatening environment  to facilitate true dialogues on cultural differences, empowers individuals by cultivating artistic and creative skills thus nurturing one’s self-esteem. Through collaborations with other museums, cultural centers, organizations, and individuals cultural education of African American history is exchanged  via  workshops, seminars, and presentations.

N.B.D.M.H.C    288 N.Main Street   Mansfield, MA 02048

                                               (774) 284-4729

Hours: Tues- Saturday   Noon-5 PM

                     Groups by appointment :Daily

Special events : 2017/2018

Opening Reception October 8,2017

   One Ticket (2)  Special events

“A Place For All People“: Introducing the National Museum Of African American History & Culture is organized by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in collaboration with the Museum

Against The Wall :   An interactive exhibit that looks at the breaking down of barriers more than the barriers themselves .Discover the enrichment  that comes into our lives when when break down barriers.


Black Friday Holiday Bazaar/  Ebony Village , Community Kwanzaa  ,

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Art Celebration,    Gospel Love  Fest