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The White House in Miniature

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The White House in Miniature

Truman Presidential Museum & Library

IT'S ONE BIG EXPERIENCE. 


A NORMAL WHITE HOUSE

TOUR SHOWS

YOU NINE ROOMS. VISITING

THE WHITE HOUSE IN

MINIATURE, YOU'LL SEE MORE THAN

FORTY.


The famous White House in Miniature

is back at the Truman Presidential

Museum & Library.

October 15, 2005 through July 9, 2006.


The White House in miniature was created by

John and Jan Zweifel former Disney model-

makers. They have labored since 1962 to

ensure the replica is exact. It is continually

updated to reflect changes of the presidential

mansion. The model is 60 feet long and 20

feet wide and is constructed to a scale of 1

inch to 1 foot.

Every tiny painting matches the exact color and

texture of the original work.

Furniture is constructed from the same woods

used in the original pieces.  

It's a fascinating peek at living history.

For information visit

www.trumanlibrary.org/whitehouse

or call 816-268-8235

For information on booking a group visit to the

museum, call 816-268-8221.

Truman Presidential Museum & Library

 

Sponsored by:


James B. NUTTER & Company Mortgage Lenders Since 1951


 

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