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Mercer Museum

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Mercer Museum

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84 S Pine Street Entrance to museum parking lot is located on Scout Way, between Pine Street and Green Street, Doylestown, PA 18901-4930
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The construction of this museum (designed by Mercer himself), is just as interesting as his collection, which is pretty much as he designed it almost 100 years ago; in essence, this is a museum of a museum. Very interesting!
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Mercer was a wealthy; Harvard educated attorney, architect, archeologist, historian and tile maker. He meticulously cataloged his collection. He then built the Mercer Museum out of hand-mixed concrete with 8 men and a horse named Lucy; to house and display his artifacts. A
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I am a collector BUT this museum brings it to a whole new level!!!! It is amazing the amount of stuff they have and it is laid out in a very interesting way! Fun was in the adventure!
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WEAR A COAT! I did not know that this museum did not have heat.  On a cold blustery day, we ventured to visit.  I enjoyed the Charles M. Schultz exhibit and then we went up the stairs to begin the Mercer exhibit.  I didnt realize it was like a dungeon.  Cold damp and I
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Highly recommend this museum! You’ve never experienced anything like it. It makes you grateful for all the common household objects we take for granted today. In particular, I recommend going to the top floor, where he slyly places exhibits on crime & punishment right next to
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