Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts
This museum is the passionate expression of its founder, local collector Annie S. Kemerer, and her love of beautiful objects. Exquisite Bohemian glass, fine needlework, tall case clocks, dolls, cast-iron toys and landscape paintings are just some of the items exhibited here.
In 2006, the Kemerer Museum received the bequest of The Elizabeth Johnston Prime Dollhouse and Toy Collection. This world-renowned collection features 50 different types of structures including dollhouses, stores, safari scenes, room boxes, cupboard houses, stables, zoo buildings and forts plus thousands of furnishings, dolls and figures to accompany them. The objects date from the 1830s to the 1930s and are primarily from Germany, England, Great Britain and the United States.
What's Nearby 427 N. New St., Bethlehem
Recent Blog Activity
- 12-17-2015 Behind the Scenes Dollhouse Tour: The Elizabeth Johnston Prime Dollhouse Collection, Exhibition at the Kemerer Museum of Decorative Arts
- 5-13-2015 Steampunk Cosplay Tea Party Featuring Special Guests Ann Covalt and James Pierri
- 3-11-2015 Historic Bethlehem Museums & Sites is pleased to present a Steampunk Exhibit at the Kemerer Museum of Decorator Arts on April 18, 2015.