Take a self-guided or guided tour through the center and experience the unique collection of Native American art and artifacts that will bring their traditions and culture alive. Extensive exhibits include Native American Regalia, ancient tools, beading styles indigenous to various tribes, and ancient and modern-day pottery. Visit the Gift Shoppe and take a memory home with you.
Clifford Township Historical Society, Inc., is a non-profit organization and its mission is the collection, documentation and preservation of historical information and memorabilia relating to the early settlement of Clifford and the surrounding areas with the goal of fostering in our residents an appreciation of our area’s rich history through community programs, exhibits and events which reflect and fulfill those interests.
Two museums with vast collections of rare and antique automobiles and aircrafts.
Eagles Mere is on the National Registry of Historic Places, and our museum, created by a world-class museum designer, illustrates its unique development. Come visit "The Town Time Forgot" and immerse yourself in our rich 200 year history.
Reminding our veterans that their sacrifices will never be forgotten.
Old Mill Village was founded in 1960 to preserve the history and heritage of the Endless Mountains Region of Pennsylvania. Throughout the Spring, Summer, and Fall, the Village brings history to life during weekend events.
Oldest house in four counties; genealogy history events throughout the year.
The Sullivan County Historical Society is committed to the education of the people in the county and extended communities of the necessity and significance of preserving and presenting data, artifacts and historical lessons for all people.
The Susquehanna County Historical Society, established in 1890, offers an extensive museum collection, as well as a genealogy and local history research library.
Preserving the heritage of Northeastern Pennsylvania for future generations.
Nineteenth century jail converted into county museum. Specs O'Keefe of the 1950 Brinks robbery was incarcerated here. Exhibits in original jail cells featuring Civil War, Native Americans, log cabin, rural life, jail dungeon cell, and much more. Genealogical research center.
Since its opening in 1951, The Corning Museum of Glass has had one mission: to tell the world about glass. The Museum has grown exponentially over the years. Its history is a story of innovation, perseverance and immense community and corporate support. Today, the Museum’s scholarship and outreach is felt around the world.
Hands-on museum offering Saturday programs and weekday workshops May-August.
Exhibits highlighting southwestern Bradford County. Rated five stars on TripAdvisor.
Train rides and museum exhibits preserve the era of steam.
Interactive fun for all ages - open year around. Groups welcome.
Serves to educate, preserve, and interpret rich history of Wyalusing.
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