300 mm (height); 150 mm (depth); 541 mm (length)Order this image
National Trust Museum of Childhood (Accredited Museum)
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A wooden painted Noah's Ark. It has a red painted roof with a white and blue painted dove on one side. The 'house' section is rectangular in shape and has three painted windows on both sides in black, white and blue and blue painted 'mock' timber frame. There is a protruding bay window with red roof at one end and a red painted door at the other. The base of the Ark is painted red with a yellow deck. One of the sides of the house section slides open.
Donated to the Museum of Childhood by Miss K. Fairclough in July 1976.