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  • 6246 Curwensville-Tyrone Hwy. Olanta, PA 16863
    814-765-6125
    Authentically furnished 1860s log cabin, site of historic Civil War shoot out. The one-acre property includes log cabin, period shed containing wagon, sleigh, carriage and thrashing machine. Bloody...
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  • DUNKARD CHURCH ROAD Cogan Station, PA 17728
    570-435-2997
    The Blooming Grove Historical Society preserves the history of Hepburn Township and the surrounding area through a variety of initiatives.
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  • 45 E. Corydon St. Bradford, PA 16701-2049
    814-362-3906
    The Landmark Society is dedicated to preserving the history of Bedford. Their main branch is located in the Herbig Bakery and contains a large collection of photographs, genealogical materials,...
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  • 765 Park Street Brockway, PA 15824
    814-265-8519
    The Brockway Area Historical Society operates a museum full of local historical artifacts and documents.
  • 12211 Rte. 36 Clarington, PA 15828
    814-752-6334
    Wildlife museum with over 100 taxidermy displays. World famous whitetails, including RDM Goliath, worlds highest scoring antlers. At the Double Diamond Deer Ranch. Group Tours Available.
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  • State Route 477, Greene Township in Sugar Valley Loganton, PA 17747
    570-725-3411
    The Bull Run School House, built in 1899 and in operation until 1955, is located on SR 477 in Greene Township, Sugar Valley. The school once offered classes from first to eighth grade. Attendance...
  • 229 W. 4th St Williamsport, PA 17701
    570-326-4700
    Located in downtown Williamsport, the Bullfrog Brewery, an award-winning micro brewery, has quickly grown into one of the largest attractions in North-central Pennsylvania. Established in August,...
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  • 17 South Palmer Street Foxburg, PA 16036
    724-659-0180
      For your enjoyment, a 25 year collection of antique and vintage buttons is available for you to peruse. Appointments only-April through November. Donations appreciated.
  • COVERED BRIDGE Rd. TOWNSHIP Rd. 816 Buttonwood, PA 17771
    570-320-2138
    The Buttonwood Bridge, also known as the Blockhouse Bridge, was built in 1898 with the Multiple King Truss Variant design. It is 169 feet long and spans Blockhouse Creek.
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  • 80 Womeldorf Ln Brookville, PA 15825-6962
    814-849-0089
    We manufacture the finest hardwood professional bats. We own the Sawmill, kiln drying and bat factory for complete control from the "Tree to the Home Runs".
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