Gift Shops

The Mercer Museum Shop; photo credit Allure West
The Mercer Museum Shop; photo credit Allure West

Mercer Museum Gift Shop

OPEN Monday – Saturday 10 am – 5:00 pm
OPEN Sunday noon – 5:00 pm

A visit to the Mercer Museum isn’t complete without experiencing the many treasures in the Museum Shop. Specialty items selected from artisans whose works exemplify pride in craftsmanship, focus on the Museum’s collection. The Shop is filled with hand-crafted Pennsylvania redware, salt-glazed stoneware, hand-blown glassware, miniature quilts, jewelry and handmade Bucks County tiles exclusively from the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works. To delight children, there are toys inspired from the past that continue to bring hours of creative and imaginative fun: handmade marbles, kits, and many more classic American toys.

Jamestown glassware
Jamestown glassware

Bucks County Historical Society publications, as well as a selection of books relating to the Museum’s collection and those of regional interest are also available for your enjoyment. See the Publications list below.

The Shop is located within the lobby of the Museum entrance. There is no admission fee to visit the Shop.

Members of the Bucks County Historical Society receive a 10-percent discount on Museum Shop purchases. All proceeds directly support the Society’s education programs of the Mercer Museum. For information about the Shop and BCHS publications, please e-mail museumshop@mercermuseum.org or call 215-345-0210, ext. 130.

Fonthill Gift Shop

Fonthill Castle offers a select array of books related to Henry Mercer and the Arts and Crafts movement. In addition souvenirs related to your visit are available including unique incandescent light bulbs and pewter magnets based on Mercer’s Moravian Pottery and Tile designs. Open museum hours.


Publications

ROLLO'S FACTS

“Lucy” the horse was part of the work crew that built both Fonthill and the Mercer Museum. She hoisted the loads of mixed concrete up to workers.
Rollo's Fact 5

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