Discover a Delightful Museum Celebrating Eagles Mere – “The Town That Time Forgot”
The historic resort town of Eagles Mere is on the National Register of Historic Places, and this charming museum, created by a world-class museum designer, captures the history of this remarkable town. The museum, a member of the Pennsylvania Association of Museums, transports modern visitors back in time to when the Endless Mountains were one of the country’s favorite summer vacation destinations!
Located in the center of the historic town of Eagles Mere, the museum contains exhibits that illustrate its unique development, ranging from the:
- George Lewis glasswork era, from 1804-1830
- Farming era, from 1830-1880
- Narrow gauge railroad era, from 1892-1926
- Hotel era, from 1880-1960s,
Eagles Mere remains Pennsylvania’s “last unspoiled resort” and attracts visitors from all over the world each summer. To learn more about the rich history of this quaint lakeside town, visit the museum today!
The Eagles Mere Museum is open 7 days a week during the Summer from 10 am – 5 pm, and admission is free! For group tour information or for special requests, contact the museum directly.