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Moravian Pottery & Tile Works Museum, Doylestown
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This was the last stop of a very long day, so we opted not to take the tour. Still worth the time, just to shop all the beautiful tiles! Bring your wallet-the prices are steep and you can easily bust ... read more »
Built in 1912 in the Spanish revival style this cast-in-place concrete structure appears like it is straight out of a "Star Wars" scene. In actuality it is the Moravian Pottery and Tile Works working ... read more »
This is a must do along with Fonthill. This museum shows you how Henry Mercer got into the tile business and how the tiles were made. The tile works still makes tiles today using exact replicas of Mer... read more »
This is a Priceless place to visit! You can see the whole place at your own pace and look at detail and take pictures all you like. It is really a museum with some working tile production still going on. It was built by Henry Mercer a hundred years ago or so to make stunning amazing fantastic tiles. Don't miss a tour of Henry Mercer's house! This guy was totally amazing and I love everything he did. If you are anywhere near take a day and come see this tile Museum his house and then is working Museum which is a few blocks away.
Just an awesome, unique to Doylestown experience. Get a custom tile or purchase a premade one. The craftsmanship is unique and awesome to witness.
Henry Mercer built this amazing place, with his home and museum, some of the first constructions using concrete. The museum contains his collections gathered during his world trips.
Love this place. Have been going here since I was a lil girl 31yrs.. Its beautiful...
Nice place to spend an afternoon, this is a self guided tour so you can go as fast or slow as you would like. Everyone here was very friendly and answered all the questions we had.
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