Museums

Sullivan County Historical Society

The Sullivan County Historical Society has set as its mission and purpose the acquisition, preservation, display and demonstration of those elements of daily life used by the people of Sullivan County.

Address: 
Sullivan County Historical Society
458 Meylert Street
Laporte, PA 18626

Eagles Mere Museum

Purpose: To discover, collect, preserve, exhibit and interpret the historical and cultural heritage of Eagles Mere and to provide educational opportunities for residents, schools and other museums through programs of historical interest.

Address: 
Eagles Mere Museum
Eagles Mere Avenue
Eagles Mere, PA 17731

Wyalusing Valley Museum

The Wyalusing Valley Museum displays objects, manuscripts, and photographs from the region around the Wyalusing Creek in the southeast corner of Bradford County.  Native American stone tools, military artifacts, household goods, tools and advertising from local businesses, and historic photographs make up the exhibits at the museum.  The museum is located in the front half of the Bixby House, on Grovedale Lane, across from the Wyalusing Valley Jr/Sr. High School. The museum is open June through October, Saturday and Sunday, noon until 4:00, and at other times by appointment.

Address: 
Wyalusing Valley Museum Association
28 Homer Lane
PO Box 301
Wyalusing, PA 18853

Tioga Point Museum

Located on the top floor of the Spaulding Memorial Library. No Admission fee. Includes artifacts of Native Americans, Australia, New Zealand, & Egypt.

Address: 
Tioga Point Museum
724 South Main Street
Athens, PA 18810

French Azilum Historic Site

French Azilum is the site of a planned settlement along the Susquehanna River built for refugees fleeing the French Revolution. Open May through October with special events scheduled throughout the season. Picnic pavilion rental available for family reunions, clubs, summer entertainment, weddings, organizations.

Address: 
French Azilum Historic Site
469 Queens Road
Towanda, PA 18848

Bradford County Historical Society

The Bradford County Historical Society museum and research library are located in the former county jail. Exhibits are arranged throughout two floors of the building in what were jail cells. Each cell depicts an era of county history. A genealogical research library is located on the second floor.

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Bradford County Historical Society
109 Pine Street
Towanda, PA 18848

Bradford County Heritage Association

Home to the Bradford County Farm Museum and Historic Village. The Farm Museum includes an extensive collection of rare farm implements, tools, and artifacts reflecting 200 years of the local agricultural heritage. The village consists of the Gregory Inn/Mitchell House - built c1822 for stagecoach travelers; Sugar Shack, Carriage House - containing the largest collection of carriages, wagons, and sleighs in the Norther Tier; Children's Church; Thomas School House; and Barbershop.

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Bradford County Heritage Association
231 Gate 2 Lane
Troy, PA 16947

Philip P. Bliss Gospel Songwriters Museum

The Philip P. Bliss Gospel Songwriters Museum is located in Rome, Pennsylvania, in the house where Bliss lived. Bliss is the writer of many favorite gospel hymns such as "Hallelujah, What A Savior," "Let the Lower Lights Be Burning," "Almost Persuaded" and many others. He wrote the music to Horatio Spafford's lyric "It Is Well With My Soul." If you appreciate the old gospel hymns of the 1870s, or if you are visiting beautiful northeastern Pennsylvania for other reasons, please come by the Gospel Songwriters Museum in Rome.

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P.P. Bliss Gospel Songwriters Museum
969 Main Street
PO Box 84
Rome, PA 18837

Sayre Historical Society

The SAYRE HISTORICAL SOCIETY is an organization formed to preserve the history of Sayre, Pennsylvania, and to share it with the public of all ages...... by establishing the Sayre Historical Society Museum in the historic Lehigh Valley Railroad Passenger Station by collecting, maintaining and displaying historical informationand artifacts and by publishing the story of the people of Sayre. One of the most valuable parts of our mission is to educate the public about the importance, influence and development of the community of Sayre and its people.

Address: 
Sayre Historical Society
103 South Lehigh Avenue
Sayre, PA 18840