This thirty-acre utopia is the only place that Gustav Stickley ever designed, built, and furnished for his own use. It represents this noted designer and philosopher’s vision of idyllic home life and a perfect integration of art, design, and craftsmanship in everyday living.
It is something of a miracle that this site exists today. In 1989 the land was about to be developed into a series of townhouse condominiums. It was a grassroots uprising and support from individuals like you that made the difference. Their efforts resulted in the formation of the Craftsman Farms Foundation. Today the site is a National Historic Landmark owned by the Township of Parsippany-Troy Hills, and leased to the Craftsman Farms Foundation.
Restoring and interpreting a National Historic Landmark is not inexpensive. High-quality restoration, interpretation, and the care of this beautiful thirty-acre site are all made possible by donations from individuals like you. The future success of Craftsman Farms depends on the tax-deductible donations of individuals, corporations and foundations.
We invite you to consider membership, annual fund gifts, special event tickets, planned gifts, and numerous other ways of making an impact on the preservation and operation of this national treasure.
Your gift will ensure that the vibrant life of The Stickley Museum at Craftsman Farms will thrive, so that visitors can enjoy this special place for years to come.