In the 17th and 18th centuries, large doll's houses were not used for playing, but as a learning aid. The girls of wealthy families could use them to rehearse how to run a household in adulthood. The construction and the realistic, extensive furnishings of the doll's house illustrate this claim. On the ground floor there is a carriage house and a servant's room, on the first floor - the belle étage - there is the dining room and the kitchen, which is equipped with a wealth of tableware. In the attic are the exquisitely furnished bedrooms. Seven elaborately dressed dolls are assigned to different roles.