February 24, 2012

A Nickerson Tour

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Though Samuel made his riches in Chicago, the old Nickerson name was established in—and remains in—Massachusetts. > Read more

February 15, 2012

"The Seven Lamps of Architecture" by John Ruskin

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John Ruskin on reversing the flow of inspiration's origins and drawing designs from nature instead.
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February 05, 2012

You Asked: What is the Inscription in the Gothic Chandelier?

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A unique Gothic Revival-style Tiffany Studios chandelier in Driehaus Museum's smoking room reveals itself as a memorial chandelier—that is, if you can make out the inscription. > Read more

February 01, 2012

For Sale: Gilded Age Luxury

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Visiting a historic mansion may be fun, but living in one is even better. > Read more

News

January 27, 2016
Winner of the 2016 Driehaus Prize Announced

Scott Merrill has been awarded this year's Richard H. Driehaus Prize for Architecture Read more

January 04, 2016
Book Your Tea Experience Today

Compliment your visit to the special exhibition Dressing Downton™: Changing Fashion for Changing Times with a unique tea experience. Read more

Featured Program

Valentine’s Day Cabaret
Saturday, February 13

Make this Valentine’s Day weekend one that the special person in your life will never forget. Menzie & Michael bring their unique show showcasing love songs from silver screen. Read more

Featured Program

Mix & Mingle at the Movies: The General
Saturday, February 27

An evening for those film buffs who have an appreciation for the silent film era as we show the 1926 movie, The General. Read more

Featured Program

Author Encounters: Carol Wallace
Saturday, March 5

Author Carol Wallace comes to the Museum to discuss her book, To Marry an English Lord, an account that inspired the Downton Abbey character, Lady Cora. Read more