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Visited the historical center during the week on a cold, rainy day but was warmly greeted at the desk.
Viewed a video giving a broad overview of the history of southwestern PA, then toured through the museum.
It had a lot if information tracing life...More
My grandson became the third generation to visit and see 18th century mountain life. Rodney the Younger’s magic show was great as were the dozens of craftsmen, artisans and musical performances. The museum is updated since I took my children 20 years ago with interactive...More
We visited during the week and offseason so there were not any activities going on at the time. However this place has a museum which explains the history of the whole area and also buildings which show what life was like in the 1700's and...More
Stopped by here on a Sunday morning but the museum wasn't open yet. Still, it was a nice place for a short visit because of the outdoor buildings and bridge. I especially was interested in the Walter's Mill Covered Bridge which was easily approached via...More
There are good reasons to visit this part of Pennsylvania , the natural beauty, forests, streams, hiking trails, Fallingwater and more. In my opinion, visiting the Somerset Historical Center is also a great reason to go to the area. It is dedicated to describing the...More
Nicely done..., beginning with a movie then moving through exhibits, explaining the culture and history of the area and the hard working rural lifestyle of the farmers and how they progressed through time. It was not busy when we were there which was nice going...More
We came with a bus group and at first we thought the place was too small town to be interesting but the Historical Center was very well layed out and very interesting insite to the history of western PA. It showed how the area had...More