Museums

Eagles Mere Museum
Small museum featuring memorabilia from the 1800's hotels when Eagles Mere was a mountain resort for wealthy Philadelphians. The old hotels are now gone and the Eagles Mere Inn remains as the last Inn built for the guests of that era. Check at the desk for the limited hours they are open.

Eagles Mere Air Museum
www.eaglesmereairmuseum.org

French Azilum
Site of a village built by French escaping the Revolution. Reportedly they built a home to house Marie Antoinette, hoping she could also escape. Open in Summer. 35 miles from the Inn on Rt. 187 in Towanda. 570-265-3376  www.frenchazilum.com/

Farm Museum
A trip back in time. General store, ice house, blacksmith and woodworking shops. 35 miles from the Inn on rt. #6 & #14, Alparon Park, Troy. 570-297-3410 http://www.troyfarmmuseum.org/

Bradford County Historical Museum
County history and displays. 35 miles from Inn on 21 Main street, Towanda 570-265-2240

Little League Baseball Hall of Fame
40 miles from the Inn. Many "big league" stars got their start and are featured in this museum. The Little League World Series is played in Williamsport Share Eagles Mere Inn with your family and friends. Send them e-postcards. go...each year. www.littleleague.org/museum/index.htm

Mifflinburg Buggy Museum
55 miles from the Inn.  www.buggymuseum.org

Corning Glass Museum
81 miles from the Inn. The world's greatest collection of glass plus the Steuben Glass Factory. 607-974-2000. www.cmog.org

Rockwell Museum – Corning
81 miles from the Inn. The most comprehensive exhibition of American Western art in the eastern USA. Remington sculptures, and original art from C.M. Russell, Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Hill, Thomas Moran, Joseph Henry Sharp, E. Irving Couse, Oscar Berninghaus and others.

Clyde Peelings Reptiland
US Route 15, Allenwood, 4o miles from the Inn.  Clyde Peelings Reptiland is an accredited zoo featuring living reptiles of the world.  Mambas, cobras, pythons, alligators, turtles, and frogs are displayed In a modern educational setting.  Daily shows explode common myths and foster a better understanding of how reptiles and amphibians fit into the animal kingdom.  570-538-1869. www.reptiland.com

 

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