The fairy house tour around the grounds of the Florence Griswold Museum continues with photos of some of my favorite structures. Out of 33 very different styles, I found the naturalistic interpretations more believable as fairy dwellings. These tended to blend in with the landscape and mostly used materials found in nature. Please note: This fairy house exhibit is closed, with the next scheduled for 2014.
A house with a teapot doorway.
This tree had several entrances.
These cottages perched on the roots look like guest houses for sprites.
A cozy picnic spot.
A wee painter’s shack.
Dew Drop Villas and a muscle shell windmill conclude the tour.