The museum is now open for the season Wednesday through Friday, 10 am to 4 pm and the first Saturday of the month, 10 am to 2 pm.
New items are added to the exhibits every year in our museum. If you haven't visited in several years, you have missed several items that have been rotated in and out of the displays. This summer, Heather Palmer will be sharing a new photo each week to show some of the pieces that she finds most interesting. We hope you enjoy them and will stop by to see them in person along with hundreds of other local history artifacts. Following is her choice for this week. Visit the Curator's Blog to see the photo if it does not appear here.
#1 - LEHIGH VALLEY TRAIN
This wooden Lehigh Valley toy train was handcrafted by Thomas Edward Lafy (1881-1947) as a Christmas present for David Howe Lafy. As a child, David, placed the Christmas sticker on the side of the caboose. This beloved toy has been passed down through the generations and all is original but the wheels, which have gone on long treacherous journeys. Many train enthusiasts, both young and old, enjoy peering into the glass case to see this beautifully crafted piece of Bradford County history.