Heritage Park's Murray Schoolhouse Little Classroom features rotating temporary exhibits that delve into interesting aspects of Dublin history, not covered in the permanent exhibit. Exhibits are curated by staff and volunteer curators. Monthly Hands on History activities often complement the special exhibits. Admission is free.
Exhibit - Toys and Games Through Time
September 7, 2019 - March 29, 2020
Whatever your age, you’ll recall the fun of being a child as you explore Toys Through Time. From the found and handmade toys and games of Ohlone and pioneer children, to the mass manufactured catalog classics that turned up under Christmas trees in 1940s farmhouses and ‘60s suburban ranch houses, to modern video games, learn how Dublin’s children have amused themselves over the years. Kids of all ages are invited to play with a selection of old-fashioned games from our Hands-on History collection.
Get Involved Business partners, service clubs, and individuals are invited to sponsor temporary exhibits. Please email for more information.
The museum is also looking for volunteers to help share Dublin's history.
We welcome all that are interested including professional historians and museum studies students to serve as volunteer curators and help design new exhibits. Email the City's Heritage Coordinator for more information about volunteering.