Students are invited to discover the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms. We provide engaging programs addressing New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards, on-site at the museum and off-site at your school, for students of all ages (see below). The Stickley Museum is committed to being a resource for teachers and schools. For further details about any of the following programs or to collaborate on a program customized for your school or classroom, please contact the Education Director at 973-540-0311 or email .
Please note: For on-site programs, schools are welcome to bring lunches for lunch on the grounds (as weather permits) or in our Education Room.
Our programs bring the Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms to life for K-8 students. Tours are available for students of all ages, with Special Tours and Tour Packages available for Grades 2 - 4 and Grades 4 - 6. Student detectives in Grades 2 - 4 will enjoy investigating the museum on our Detective Tour, and students in Grades 4 - 6 will explore architecture on the Home Sweet Home Architecture Tour. Schools may choose to enhance these Special Tours with a full Tour Package. Tour Packages, which include lesson idea packets and/or In-School Classroom visits from a Museum Educator, engage students in activities preparing them for their visit to the Stickley Museum and providing follow-up after their visit. All tours address New Jersey Core Curriculum Content Standards. For further information, please contact the Education Director at 973-540-0311 or email .
The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms provides an ideal learning environment for high school students, especially students studying history, art history, fine arts, and crafts. Teachers may choose the Basic Tour, which provides a general overview of Gustav Stickley's life and the history of Craftsman Farms; a Special Interest Tour (focused on history, art history, philosophy, or highlighting a particular craft); or an Architecture Tour, which provides a special look at the history of domestic architecture, including Stickley's contributions, and interior and exterior architectural details of the Stickley Museum. Tours may also be customized for a teacher's specific needs. For further information, please contact the Education Director at 973-540-0311 or email .