Centre County - What To Do/Museums & Historical Sites

Centre County - What To Do/Museums & Historical Sites

<b>Museums and Historical Sites</b><br />
Andrew Gregg Homestead
Off Rt. 192
2 Miles east of Centre Hall, PA

Bellefonte Academy & Armory
 225 E. Bishop Street
Bellefonte, PA

Bellefonte Historic Railroad
320 West High Street
Bellefonte, PA

Brockerhoff Hotel
 Allegheny Street
Bellefonte, PA

Brockerhoff Mill
PA 550 in Benner Township
Bellefonte, PA

Boals Mansion
300 Old Boalsburg Road
Boalsburg, PA 16827

Boalsburg Historic District
U.S. 322
Boalsburg, PA

Columbus Chapel  
300 Old Boalsburg Road
Boalsburg, PA 16827

Centre County Courthouse
414 Holmes Street
Bellefonte, PA 16823

Centre Furnance Mansion House

The Centre Furnace Mansion house is the current site of the Centre County Historical Society, and is a key landmark in the history of State College, PA and the rest of Centre County.
1001 East College Ave
State College, PA 16801

Christian Bechdel House
Main Street extension, south of Blanchard

Gamble Mill
160 Dunlap Street
Bellefonte, PA

Logan Furnace Mansion
PA 144 in Benner Township
Bellefonte, PA

McAllister-Beaver House
817 East Bishop Street
Bellefonte, PA

Miles-Humes House
203 North Allegheny Street
Bellefonte, PA

Pennsylvania Match Company
The Pennsylvania Match Factory was one of the leading producers of wooden matches during the first half of the 20th century.  It was founded in 1899 by Bellefonte entrepreneurs, including Col. W Fred Reynolds.  The factory buildings opened in 1900, utilizing the vast resources of the surrounding region.  By World War II, the company had merged into the Universal Match Corporation, and the workforce had grown to 400.  The factory closed in 1947 due to competition from book matches and cigarette lighters.
367 Phoenix Avenue
Bellefonte, PA

South Ward School
Bishop Street
Bellefonte, PA

WIlliam Thomas House
206 North Thomas Street
Bellefonte, PA

Hill House
Tennis Street
Boalsburg, PA 16827

Pennsylvania Military Museum
The Pennsylvania Military Museum recounts the story of Commonwealth citizen's who served our country in defense of the nation. Their service is highlighted through exhibits and artifacts that are documented by the museum's excellent collection of vehicles and small arms. The current exhibit, Tactics and Logistics of Warfare, examines the organization of the armed services in the 20th century and the Pennsylvania connection to each.
Box 160 A
Boalsburg, PA 16827

Leonard Rhone House
West side Rimmey Road, off Rt. 45
Centre, PA

Neff Round Barn

Round Barns gained popularity in the late ninetieth century due to the design's stability, efficiency of materials and capacity for storage. The round barn's support structure allows the floor to remain more open than in traditional barns. The open floor provides for both additional storage space and greater efficiency of movement. At the James Beck Round Barn (pictured below) 20 head of livestock could be housed while providing room for a vehicle to drive around the floor. Some versions of the round barn contained a center silo that would often rise up through the roof. The silo not only served its agricultural purpose in the round barn, it also strengthened the structure.
Off Rt. 45
South of Centre Hall, PA

Penn's Cave

America's only all-water cavern and wildlife park are nestled in Central Pennsylvania's scenic Penn State Country.
222 Penns Cave Road
Centre Hall, PA 16828

Potter-Allison Farm
Rt.  144
Southeast of Centre Hall, PA

Curtin Village
One of the older and more well preserved historic sites in Boggs Township is Curtin Village and the Eagle Iron Works. Roland Curtin, father of Andrew Gregg Curtin, Governor of Pennsylvania during the Civil War, purchased 11,000 acres of land and with Moses Boggs erected the Eagle Iron Works in 1810. Their first iron was packed on horses and sent to Pittsburgh.
251 Curtin Village Road
Howard, PA 16841

Felix Dale Stone House
Southside Rt. 871
Lemont, PA

Simon Pickle Stone House

Junction of Rts. 192 & 445
Madisonburg, PA

Harmony Forge Mansion
Rt. 144
South of Milesburg, PA

Harman Philips House
Presqueisle & 4th Streets
Philipsburg, PA

Rowland Theater

The historic landmark that most residents more than likely pass on a daily basis is the Rowland Theatre. The theatre was financed and dedicated to the community by Charles Rowland in 1917. In his words taken from the original program, he built the theatre so that the town would “anticipate the future, maintain our best past traditions, reflect a progressive spirit while affording us a place to spend a delightful evening at home.”
125 N Front Street
Philipsburg, PA 16866

Centre Mills

Step back in time and discover a very special country place.
Stay in our lovely 1813 mill-owner's home which is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Our fully-restored stone house has an 1840 addition and sits on 26 acres in the heart of Brush Valley's Amish farm community.
461 Smullton Road
Rebersburg, PA 16872

Rebersburg Historic District

Palmer Museum of Art
Curtin Road
Penn State University
University Park, PA 16802

Penn State All-Sport Museum
Beaver Stadium
University Park, PA 16802

Woodward Inn
Woodward's Action Sports Weekends are an opportunity for Parents and Children to spend time together in a relaxed country environment that you all can enjoy. Kids with their own parents present have exclusive all-day use of our immense Lot 8 and Cloud 9 skate and bike facilities. The whole family can enjoy the beautiful Woodward Lodge and Woodward Inn accommodations. Hiking, fishing, skiing, and fine dining are available near by and Woodward is only 25 miles from Penn State University in State College, Pennsylvania.
134 Sports Camp Drive
Woodward, PA 16882
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