The Stickley Museum is the centerpiece of Gustav Stickley’s early 20th century country estate, located at Craftsman Farms -- a 30-acre National Historic Landmark. Gustave Stickley was a major proponent of the Arts and Crafts movement in decorative arts, home building and furnishing styles.
The Stickley family’s home, the Log House, has been largely restored to its 1910-1917 appearance as a historic house museum, and is open to the public for tours. The Museum collection includes numerous Stickley furnishings, many original to the Log House, plus textiles, pottery, metalwork, and archival materials. In addition, an original Stickley bungalow contains Arts and Crafts furnishings that can be touched and sat upon.
Craftsman Farms' acreage includes meadows, woods, walking trails, a pond and stream, and several support buildings including a massive stone stable, three cottages, a calf barn, and the ruins of a dairy barn.
Except during Open House days, the only way to view the museum is by guided tour. Advance registration is not required; tours depart from the Museum Shop.
Explore the original interior of Stickley's family home, the heart of his ideal country estate