The Museum is the home of the Roycroft Campus’ historic collection of documents, books, furniture, and artwork; showcasing the Roycroft’s history and Elbert Hubbard’s legacy. Through a combination of rotating and permanent exhibits, visitors can see rare, one-of-a-kind artifacts, and learn more about the people, products, and philosophy that made Hubbard and the Roycroft an important part of the Arts & Crafts Movement.

The Roycroft Campus Museum has reopened in compliance with guidelines from New York State and is only available as part of a Campus tour or by appointment during current Campus hours, Tuesdays-Saturdays from 11am to 5pm. Face masks and social distancing will be required while inside any Campus building or while on a tour.

Elbert Statue - Campus Museum

Hours & Admission

The Museum is currently available to visitors Tuesdays – Saturdays by appointment.

Your visit to the Museum will be facilitated by a staff member or docent, and most guests spend approximately 45 minutes exploring the exhibits.

General Admission: $10
Student & Military Admission: $5 (with proper I.D.)

FREE to Members – Click here to explore our membership offerings and purchase yours today!

Call (716) 655-0261 or email info@roycroftcampuscorp.com to reserve your tickets.

We are a Blue Star Museum

Blue Star Museums offer free admission from Armed Forces Day through Labor Day to active duty military, including Army, Navy, Air Force, Coast Guard, Marines, National Guard, and Reserve members, with up to five family members. The Blue Star Museum Program has been suspended for 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.

Research Opportunities

The Roycroft Campus has a growing collection of historic artifacts, ephemera, and books. In addition to exhibiting these items for public learning and enjoyment, we welcome opportunities for individual study. If you are interested in exploring our collection for specific research purposes, please send your inquiry to Amizetta Haj at ahaj@roycroftcampuscorp.com or (716) 655-0261 Ext. 105.

We are grateful to the Arts & Crafts Research Fund for helping us digitize our collection for enhanced research purposes.