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Make your Weekend Getaway a Learning Experience and Visit These Fine Museums

Eagles Mere Museum

This acclaimed museum features memorabilia from the 1800's and the hotels that made Eagles Mere a famous mountain resort for wealthy Philadelphians.

  • Sat & Sun 10am-4pm
  • Memorial Day - Labor Day 10am-5pm
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Eagles Mere Air Museum

Travel back in time to the golden age of flying featuring a large collection of aircraft from 1908 to 1935.

  • Sat & Sun 10am-4pm
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Eagles Mere Auto Museum

A prized collection of pristine cars and trucks from the 1950's and 1960's. Click here to view video.

  • Sat & Sun 10am-4pm
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Endless Mountains War Memorial Museum

Located in Sonestown, Pennsylvania, the Endless Mountains War Memorial Museum offers visitors the chance to see first-hand one of the largest collections of personal artifacts from five separate conflicts in United States history, spanning more than 200 years.


French Azilum

Visit the site of a village built by the French escaping the Revolution. Reportedly the same group who built a home to house Marie Antoinette, hoping she could also escape.


Bradford County Agricultural Museum

This museum features and extension collection of rare farm implements, tools and artifacts reflection 200 years of the local agricultural heritage.


Bradford County Historical Society Museum

Featuring plenty of information on the county's history and displays located in an old jail in the center of Towanda's Historic District.


Little League Baseball Hall of Fame

Many of the sports' biggest stars got their start and are featured in this museum. The Little League World Series is played in Williamsport each year where it was founded in the 1940's.


Mifflinburg Buggy Museum

A step back in time with guided tours of the Heiss family home, reconstructed carriage house, original buggy factory and original showroom.


Corning Museum of Glass

Featuring world's greatest collection of art and historical glass spanning 3,500 years.


Clyde Peeling's Reptiland

This accredited zoo features living reptiles from around 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.