Gustav Stickley Lived Here
Log House interior
This 30-acre National Historic Landmark is the 1911 estate of noted designer, Gustav Stickley, who is internationally known for his multiple roles as lifestyle designer, philosopher, publisher, social critic, and leader of the American Arts and Crafts Movement. For lovers of Stickley or Mission furniture, this is a must-see site.
The centerpiece of the park-like estate is Stickley’s massive Log House, which is now operated as a historic house museum. Major restoration and refurbishments have taken place throughout the property including the restoration of the master bedroom in the Log House.
The museum offers many educational events and activities and has opened the Log House to the public year-round. The North Cottage, a charming bungalow, one of the nine Stickley structures on the site, is open for special programs and by appointment.
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Hours and Fees:
Thursday through Sunday, 12:00 Noon to 4:00 p.m. Tours depart hourly: 12:15 p.m. to 3:15 p.m. With the exception of Open House events, the Log House may only be viewed via guided tour.
Closed on all major holidays.
$10 Adults/$7 Seniors and Students/$4 Children up to age 12/Free for Members and children age two and under.