The Pennsylvania Heritage Festival
Civil War Encampment
September 21 & 22, 2024
10:00am – 4:00pm
Pennsylvania Heritage Festival 2024 is a MUST SEE Event
Enjoy living history demonstrations, a Civil War encampment, and hands on children’s activities. Check out our Food, Flea Market, direct sales and non-profits promoting their mission.
Makers Market Showcases Artisans from the Region
We have partnered with Route 6 and the Endless Mountain Heritage Region. With the addition of the Maker’s Market we will feature artisans and craftspeople from the local area and across the region.
Admission and Parking are FREE
Here is your chance to see the entire Heritage Village and Farm Museum at no admission cost. While in the village, we are highlighting the newest exhibit The General Store.
A Look at Past Festival Happenings
TOUR OUR Silo and See the Windmill- New in 2024
The Heritage Village and Farm Museum have two new displays for the 20204 season. You will want to bring your family to see these two gems. They will inspire your interest in the history of our regions silos and how windmills operate.
PA Route 6 Maker’s Markets promote regional crafters, artisans, and agricultural producers from a variety of artistic disciplines, including pottery, photography, handmade jewelry, woodworkers, soapmakers, wineries and breweries, baked goods, and artwork of all types.
Dobin awaits for the good doctor to finish examination of the patient who arrived via carriage from Windfall.
The Thomas One Room Schoolhouse was originally built around 1844.
Charlie Rockwell and friends built this “Little” Children’s Church in 1937.
The Carriage House houses over 50 carriages, sleighs and wagons. One of the best carriage and sleigh collections in the Twin Tiers.
The Sugar House is the first building acquired by the Bradford County Heritage Association. It was originally operated on a nearby farm.
The Farm Museum houses an extensive collection of rare farm inplements, tools and artifacts reflecting 200 years of the local agricultural heritage.