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2021 Visit the Summer Exhibit at the Mercer Museum

2021 Visit the Summer Exhibit at the Mercer Museum

July 8, 2021 - September 6, 2021

10:00a - 5:00p EST

Mercer Museum

Mercer Museum

84 S Pine Street
Doylestown, PA 18901
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Kindly register with your full contact information. In the message area add the date you would like to visit and number of tickets. Please indicate what category your attendees are; Adult, Senior (65 and up), Youth (6-17), or 5 and under. For further details, contact Linda Barny at 866-284-1314, or email her at [email protected] with your questions. Thank You!


"Magnificent Measures' Exhibit

The Hausman–Hill Collection of Calculating Instruments
, is an exhibit featuring rare examples of historical measuring instruments drawn from the private collection of Bucks County residents Kathryn Hausman and Jim Hill.

Over the last fifty years, Hausman and Hill have built one of the most extensive private collections of early colonial and 19th-century American measuring implements. Many of the early measuring tools and complex instruments on display embody the sophisticated scientific principles that helped map, measure, and build early America.

Measurement Rules is a family-friendly, interactive exhibit created by the Children’s Museum of Pittsburgh. Measurement Rules explores the meaning of size, height, length, weight and volume through a variety of hands-on activities like giant tape measures, treadmill odometers,
balance scales and more! 

This playful exhibit, perfect for young children, teaches the fundamentals of measurement through fun questions like, How tall are you in apples or inches or pennies? Can you use your foot as a ruler?” “How many chickens do you weigh?

We hope that you take advantage of a leisure day in Doylestown and strolling through the exhibits along with the rest of the museum. Enjoy! 

 It all starts with a conversation... And Leads to a Plan. 

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