Spencer toy and doll museum opens
SPENCER — Hoping to complement the N.C. Transportation Museum across the street, a new doll and toy museum has opened at 108 4th St. in Spencer.
The museum features thousands of dolls and toys, including more than 2,000 die-cast model trucks, five electric model trains on a 30-by-35 foot display and hundreds of dolls from the private collection of the late Amy Dawn Morris, a Spencer resident.
Morris’ sister, Beth Nance, and mother, Susan Morris, founded the museum in her memory. More than 20 collectors have loaned thousands of items to the exhibit.
Read more in Monday’s Salisbury Post.
Contact Emily Ford at 704-797-4264.