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Hat Museum [OR]

The Hat Museum presents over 900 hats. Collections include modern hats, novelty hats, men's hats, and hats from between 1880 and 1980. Historical hats have been selected to exemplify the most characteristic styles and details of their day. The 1910 Arts and Crafts Ladd-Reingold House, in which the museum is located, was the home of an early 1900s milliner.

The museum offers exhibits. Reservations are required.

 
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