Museums in The Alleghenies PA

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  • 17 N. Main St. Lewistown, PA 17044
    717-248-4711
    Built in 1841. Post-revolutionary architecture in a rural setting.The McCoy House was the birthplace of Major General Frank Ross McCoy, Soldier-Statesman. He was born October 29, 1874. The home now...
  • 1 W. Monument Sq. Lewistown, PA 17044-8131
    717-248-6733
    This historic courthouse is now home to the Mifflin County Historical Society. Stop by for a visit.
  • 1 W. Market St. Lewistown, PA 17044-1779
    717-242-1022
    The birthplace of soldier-statesman Major Frank Ross McCoy. The 1841 house is the society's repository of local artifacts and is host to periodic special exhibits. The research library is located...
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  • 242 Lake Rd. Saint Michael, PA 15951
    814-495-7281
    The Miners Memorial Museum preserves the region's coal mining heritage. The museum features coal mining exhibits, artifacts, and more. 1.4 miles from the Johnstown National Flood Museum.
  • 322 S. Juliana St Bedford, PA 15522-1734
    814-623-1588
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  • 322 S. Juliana Street Bedford, PA 15522
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  • Pennsylvania State University University Park, PA 16802
    814-865-7931
    The archives of the NASSH are located at Pattee Library on the campus of Penn State University. The NASSH promotes and preserves the history of sports in North America. To this end, they publish...
  • 220 Sawblade Rd. Bedford, PA 15522-7702
    814-623-1156
    Cross the Claycomb covered bridge and step back in time to the 18th century at Old Bedford Village. Stroll through the Village of over 36 period workshops and log cabins for a real immersion...
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  • 201 N. Center St. Ebensburg, PA 15931
    814-472-6674
    The original 1870's cellblock of the Cambria County old stone jail.
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  • PO Box 382 Orbisonia, PA 17243-0382
    814-447-5492
    This group aims to preserve local heritage, beginning with log home built in late 1700s, associated with early iron furnace. History includes East Broadtop Railroad.
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