Allentown Art Museum
The library from the Francis Little House II is on display in the museum. Go to the website below for more information.
Allentown, Pennsylvania 18101
Brandywine River Museum
Located in a mid-nineteenth century grist mill, this museum boasts one of the finest collections of artwork by the Wyeth family. Included in their collection are a number of Arts & Crafts period works of art, not all of which is typically on display.
Chadds Ford, Pennsylvania 19317
Bungalow Society of Central Pennsylvania
The Bungalow Society of Central PA is dedicated to preserving Bungalow and vintage homes and exploring the benefits of the Arts & Crafts Movement as they might be applied to contemporary times.
Carnegie Museum of Art, Heinz Architectural Center
While not as well known as many other museums, the Heinz Center located in Pittsburg has accumulated an impressive collection of architectural-related drawings, documents, and models.
Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania 15213
Edgar Kaufmann House (Fallingwater)
One of Frank Lloyd Wright’s most famous works. Built for Edgar Kaufmann in 1934.
Mill Run, Pennsylvania 15464
Erie Landmark Company
National Register Standard, National Register Custom & 100% custom plaques crafted by hand in our family owned & operated foundry. We are proud of our quality & pricing, we will match ANY PRICE on comparable items PLUS take an additional 2% off !
Columbia, Pennsylvania 17512
J.C. Sterling Fine Furniture
Please visit my website to see my own unique updated interpretation of the Arts and Crafts Movement. I enjoy working one on one with clients and can provide many references of satisfied clients.
Millmont, Pennsylvania 17845
Kentuck Knob, a lesser known Frank Lloyd Wright designed house, is minutes away from Fallingwater. Worth a visit if you’re in the area.
Chalk Hill, Pennsylvania 15421
Mercer & Fonthill Museums
This complex of buildings were designed and constructed by Henry Chapman Mercer. Included is his 44-room home (1908-1910), the Mercer museum (1913-1916), and Moravian Pottery and Tile Works (1912). All are influenced and decorated in the Arts & Crafts style with a special emphasis on Henry Mercer’s famous tiles.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
Moravian Pottery & Tile Works
In 1912 Henry Mercer established this poured concrete factory to implement his study of the production of tiles during the Middle Ages. As would be expected, the factory is decorated with tiles he and his craftsmen produced, and also shipped in large quantities across the country. It is currently a museum although tiles are still produced based on Mercer’s original designs.
Doylestown, Pennsylvania 18901
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Noted as being the oldest art museum in the United States (1805), its collection includes numerous works of artists from the Arts & Crafts era.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19102
Summit Inn Resort
As the closest inn to Frank Lloyd Wright’s Fallingwater and Kentuck Knob, the Summit Inn Resort is located on the summit of a mountain in Southwest Pennsylvania.
Farmington, Pennsylvania 15437