JUNE 20, 2021
WELCOME TO FREE MUSEUM DAY
WASHINGTON COUNTY, PA
Experience history for FREE in Washington County, Pennsylvania on Sunday, June 20, 2021. Visit one, or all six museum locations. Tickets are limited, so reserve yours today!
Enter for a chance to win a $250 Tanger Outlets Gift Card.*
Pick up your Passport from the first Washington County Museum you visit on Free Museum Day.
Get it stamped at a minimum of three of the six participating museums on June 20, 2021 to qualify.
Turn in your Passport at the last museum you visit.
*Winner will be notified on or by June 28, 2021.
Odds of winning determined by number of entries received.
Congratulations to the 2021 Free Museum Day Tanger Outlets gift card winner, Laura Borish!
ROCKSHELTER AND HISTORIC VILLAGE
Enjoy 19,000 years all in one day.
Experience what life was like for prehistoric Americans at Meadowcroft Rockshelter and Historic Village. Explore the prehistoric Meadowcroft Rockshelter, 16th Century Indian village life, the 18th Century frontier and 19th Century rural life.
Climb aboard for a ride into the past!
Experience living history through scenic rides on vintage streetcars. Includes guided tour, exhibits, Museum Store and picnic area.
Visit the birthplace of American Rebellion!
David Bradford, a leader of the 1791-1794 Whiskey Rebellion, built this National Historic Landmark in 1788; now operating as a museum interpreting 18th Century lifestyle.
Uncover the Underground Railroad.
Built in 1812, this beautiful home is Pennsylvania's first National Historic Landmark of the Underground Railroad, which provided a safe haven for slaves finding freedom. Tour the LeMoyne Crematory and Frontier History Center.
DUNCAN & MILLER
The loveliest glassware in America.
Tour a stunning collection of glass, glassmaking tools and memorabilia from 1865-1955. Duncan & Miller was called "The loveliest glassware in America."
EDUCATION & VISITOR CENTER
Are you a friend of liberty, or of order?
Learn about the Whiskey Rebellion and how it helped shape American history through displays including a historic timeline, period exhibits and 18th century tavern bar, and distilling displays.