Who lives behind those tiny doors in Dansville?
Fairy Doors of Dansville is a fully accessible trail of little doors, each one a unique piece of folk art that often reflects the nature of its host’s business or location. There are 31 whimsical little doors located in the business district, with several more in the trees of Pioneer Park next to the Dansville Area Historical Museum. Use the free map to seek out the locations of all the doors, and stop by Dogwood Trading Company or Dansville Public Library to receive a surprise!
Follow Fairy Doors of Dansville on Facebook or Instagram, and post your picture with one of the doors! Post it with #fairydoorsofdansville.
Fairy Door hosts include Dansville Public Library, Dogwood Trading Company, Dansville Stationers, North Dansville Town Hall, Tony’s Pizzeria, Mill Creek Optical, Genesee Valley Federal Credit Union, Dogwood Floral Company, Village Clipper, Empire Realty, Sugar Bowl, Star Theatre, Howard Hanna, Rushbottom Heights Salon, Clara Barton Chapter American Red Cross, Dansville Area Historical Museum, Mike Adam Insurance, Dansville Family Dental, Thomas P. Wamp Real Estate, MacFadden Coffee Company, Lori's Elite Hair Design, WDNY Radio, R'Meraki Hair Salon, Homegrown Coffee Bar, The VAULT, and the James Sullivan Agency. New hosts in 2023 are CORE Agency RE, TLC Coaching, Leaning Tower, Dansville Granola Company, and Dansville Acupuncture Center. More doors and fairies are in Pioneer Park, located next to Dansville Area Historical Museum. These little doors will be in place indefinitely to delight children of all ages. Fairy door trail maps are available at all fairy door host locations.
Don't miss our annual Fairy Fest during Second Saturday Dansville, happening next on Saturday, June 10, 2023, 11am-2pm, in downtown Dansville. Follow our Facebook and Instagram pages for details .
Our life-size fairy door is on display at Dansville Stationers, 178 Main Street! Add this to your "Things I Have to See!" list.
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This project is made possible with funds from the Statewide Community Regrant, a regrant program of the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of the office of the governor and the New York State Legislature and administered by the Genesee Valley Council on the Arts.