The Museum Gift Shop will be CLOSED on Saturday, July 1, through Monday, July 3, for inventory. The Huntington Museum of Art will be closed on Tuesday, July 4, 2017. We apologize for any inconvenience. Online orders that are placed during those dates will be processed on Wednesday, July 5. Thank you! 

Conveniently located next to the museum entrance, the gift shop has unique gifts for all occasions including:  books written by local authors, apparel, scarves, handblown glass, Blenko glass, Hinkle glass, toys for all ages, one-of-a-kind jewelry, stationary, folk art, regional artwork, and much more!

A Talent Forgotten: The Art of Edith Lake Wilkinson.

48 pages.


Alice’s Adventures in an Appalachian Wonderland


Don Pendleton Adult Fitted

Don Pendleton Adult Regular

Eco-Kids Products

These Eco-friendly products are created from natural ingredients. Made in the USA.

Exhibition catalog for A Fragile Peace

The Magic of American Cameo Glass from The Touma Collection, which continues on view at HMA through Jan. 8, 2017. A special thanks is due to Dr. Joseph B. Touma for his funding of this exhibition catalog. 60 pages


Hand-blown Water Bottle / Vase by Blenko Glass

Versatile, hand-blown water bottle by Blenko Glass. Variety of colors and sizes available.

Hand-turned Birdhouses

Hand-turned birdhouses with single wire, seven-inch stand. Created by Ervin Jones. Styles vary.


Selections from the Lewis Carroll Collection of Victoria J. Sewell


Through American Eyes

Two centuries of American Art from the Huntington Museum of Art. Includes 101 works of art with accompanying description and history by Jenine Culligan, Sue D’Auria, Christopher Hatten, David Owens, and Fawn Valentine. Essays by George Woodman and David Dearinger. 224 pages.


Touma Near Eastern Collection

Drs. Joseph B. and Omayma Touma. Entries written by Sue D’Auria, Margaret Mary Layne, Jenine Culligan, Dr. Joseph B. Touma, and Dr. Walter B. Denny. 90 pages.

“Joyce” Magnet

Magnet features an image of the portrait of “Joyce” by Howard Somerville (Scottish 1873-1952), 1920.