I have not, but dear Amy has. Check out her awesome post about it, which includes beautiful images like the ones you see above. She also has a flickr set with more photographs from her visit. This place looks insane, it is now on my list of must-visit museums around the world (in case you're wondering, it's in Pennsylvania).
Just to give you an idea of what this place is all about, here is a blurb from the website which, if you are anything like me, will have your little handmade heart jumping out of it's hidey hole. It reads:
"By 1897 handmade objects were being discarded in favor of new machine-made goods. Historian and archaeologist Henry Mercer (1856-1930) recognized the need to collect and preserve the outmoded material of daily life in America before it was swept away by the Industrial Revolution. Mercer gathered almost 30,000 items ranging from hand tools to horse-drawn vehicles and assembled this encyclopedic collection in a system of his own devising. To enhance the collection's educational value, and to share it with the public, Mercer decided to design and build a museum to display the artifacts."
Are you with me? Are you with me? I am flipping. out.