Spokane, Washington: 1939 Ice Cream Shop With Old Toys

Small, mildly deco ice cream shop whose wall shelves are filled with robots and other vintage toys.

Doyles Ice Cream

Address:
2229 W. Boone Ave., Spokane, WA
Directions:
Doyles Ice Cream. West side of the city. On the south side of W. Boone Ave. just east of its intersection with N. Nettleton St.
Hours:
Open May-Oct.
Admission:
Free to look.
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Doyles Ice Cream toy display.

Vintage Toys at Ice Cream Shop

Doyle's has been serving up handmade ice cream since 1939. It's also home to an amazing vintage toy collection!

[K. Stacey, 07/29/2016]

The toys belong to owner Jerry Gill, who bought the shop from its original owners in 1991.

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