Plan Your Visit

Visiting the Log House Admission Discounts Visiting with Children
Museum Admission Accessibility Town Park
Museum Shop Hours    


Visiting the Log House:          

Museum is open:






Tours depart at:

12:15 p.m.

1:15 p.m.

2:15 p.m.

3:15 p.m.

CLOSED: New Year's Day, Independence Day, Easter Sunday, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.

Image of the Log House

Except during Open House days, the only way to view the museum is by guided tour.

Tours depart from the Museum Shop, which opens at noon.

Advance registration is not required for the standard tour.

Remember to check out our other upcoming programs and special tours.

Museum Admission:

$10 Adults
$7 Seniors and Students
$4 Children (up to age 12)

Free for Members, and children age two and under.

For groups of eight or more, please see Group Visits




shopgeneralviewMuseum Shop Hours:

Thursday through Sunday

Noon to 4:00 p.m.

The Museum Shop is housed in the original kitchen of the Log House. Purchases made in the Shop directly support the operations of the Stickley Museum and the care of this National Historic Landmark.

Our Museum Shop is mission-driven, and features a selection of Arts-and-Crafts style home décor, textiles, art prints, pottery and tiles, books, and Stickley-branded merchandise. We feature many products from local artists and small and family-owned companies, and items made in the USA.

Tours depart from the Museum Shop.

See Visiting the Log House section above for information on how to view the Log House museum.





The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms is committed to assuring that all individuals can participate in our programs. If you require the use of assistive listening devices or other special assistance please call 973.540.0311 at least two weeks in advance.


We are a Parsippany-Troy Hills Town Park:
picnic tables

Even on days when the Log House museum is not open, our grounds are open to the public from dawn to dusk. We invite you to take a stroll, have lunch at one of our picnic tables, and take in the sights and sounds of nature. Bring our Grounds Map with you and explore the history and architecture of Gustav Stickley's Craftsman Farms.



Visiting with Children:

Download our children's activity sheet Mr. Stickley's Treasure Hunt to make your visit to the museum even more fun! 

Admission Discounts:

Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms Members Free Admission; 10% off in Museum Shop
Stickley Museum Library Pass Free Admission
North American Reciprocal Museum Members Free Admission; 10% off in Museum Shop
American Alliance of Museums Members Free Admission
National Trust for Historic Preservation Members 50% off Admission; 10% off in Museum Shop
THIRTEEN Members 50% off Admission; 10% off in Museum Shop

See program descriptions below for more details on eligibility and membership.

These discounts apply to standard admission fees, which cover the In Mr. Stickley's Home: The Essential Tour

These discounts do not apply to other tours, programs, or special events.

Become a Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms Member

Stickley Museum logoJoin today and become part of a vibrant, growing cultural center. Members provide critical support and enjoy exclusive privileges, including invitations to special programs and trips, a year's subscription to our quarterly newsletter, Notes from the Farms, free admission for our standard tour, and discounts on merchandise at the Museum Shop and on the web, and on many programs.


Member of another museum? Are you a NARM Member?


The North American Reciprocal Museum (NARM) Association is one of the largest reciprocal membership programs in the world! NARM has over 750 arts and cultural institutions across North American who offer their individual NARM qualified members free admissions and shop discounts and more.

To receive NARM benefits you simply join your favorite arts/cultural institution at the NARM level. You can find a list of participating NARM institutions here, and check your membership card for a NARM sticker.


We are a National Trust Distinctive Destination

National Trust Distinctive Destinations, formerly called Partner Places, are a group of diverse historic sites across the country that help illustrate the breadth and depth of the American story. From house museums to working farms, these places can add memorable moments to your off-the-beaten-path roadtrip, new educational opportunities for a family vacation, or even become your new favorite gift shop. Best of all, these places proudly offer discounted admission to National Trust members including discounts in the museum or gift shop where applicable.



Visiting the Log House Admission Discounts Visiting with Children
Museum Admission Accessibility Town Park
Museum Shop Hours    




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