Located at 363 Oakwood Avenue.
The Elbert Hubbard Museum boasts an important collection of Roycroft and Hubbard materials and offers both exhibits and research materials. The museum recently moved to its current location which is a Roycroft or "Craftsman"-style residence. The collection was a gift of the family of the late Elgene E. Godfrey and the home is a gift of Mrs. Gladys ScheideMantel.
Anyone with an interest in the Arts and Crafts Era, the Roycroft Shops or Elbert Hubbard will find this museum a "must stop."The Elbert Hubbard-Roycroft Museum is open Wed., Sat.& Sun., from 1-4 pm, June thru October. Special and group tours are available most anytime by calling Don Meade at 652-8525.