The Roycroft Campus Power House
Roycroft Power House was built in 1910 to furnish heat and electricity to the entire Campus through an underground piping system. Destoryed by a fire in 1997, there was little remaining of the original structure. Through tireless efforts and generous support, the RCC was able to purchase the property in 2005 with a goal of reconstructing it to its original exterior appearance.
The RCC began the reconstruction process in June 2010, and the structure was completed in 2012. The Power House is now a center for education and creativity. It serves as the welcome center for visitors, a classroom for artisan workshops, and a meeting place for the Campus, the community, and guests. Your use of the Power House helps to support the revitalization of The Roycroft Campus.