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This 30-acre National Historic Landmark is the centerpiece of Gustav Stickley’s early 20th century country estate. The Stickley family’s home, known as the Log House, was built in 1911 and is one of the most significant landmarks of the American Arts and Crafts movement. It has been restored to its 1911 appearance and is operated by the not-for-profit organization The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms as a historic house museum. The museum is viewed on guided tours which take visitors through the two main floors of Stickley’s dream home and offer an in-depth look at Stickley’s life and work.
Guided tours of the Log House are offered year-round and depart hourly from 12:15 to 3:15 p.m., Thursday through Sunday. Private tours for groups, clubs, schools, scouts, etc. can be arranged year-round with advanced notice.
The Stickley Museum also offers a variety of educational programs throughout the year including lectures, workshops, family days, and holiday programs. Exhibitions and exhibition catalogues, which include new scholarship, are produced annually.
Museum Admission: Free to Museum Members and children under 2; Adults $10; Seniors & Students $7; Children $4.
The Museum Shop, well-stocked with unique gifts, Arts and Crafts pottery, tiles, jewelry, books, home decor, souvenirs and more, is open Thursday through Sunday, 12 to 4 p.m.
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