Rich Yoder, Museum Curator, with videographer Mike Petenbrink, presents a series of virtual guided walks through the Springs Museum.
When restrictions are lifted due to the pandemic, we will open the museum.
The Springs Museum is a rich treasure-store of history, folklore and tradition.
The home, the shop, toys, the farm and the trades of the early settlers of the Casselman Valley (Northern Garrett County, MD and Southern Somerset County, PA) are attractively displayed in a large two-story building. The Folk Addition includes farm equipment, Conestoga wagon, tools and much more.
View first-hand what an early school room, store and church were like. Also see Spinning wheels, (including Joel B. Miller items) and looms over 200 years old. Military uniforms as well as local sports displays are a more recent addition.
We are excited to announce a new addition is in the planning state for a maple sugar exhibit, made possible through the Wagner Estate. Watch for updates in the future.
All back issues of the historical and genealogical journals the Casselman Chronicle including bound sets are available to purchase.
Location - 1711 Springs Road, Springs, PA 15562
For further information contact Richard Yoder, Curator, (814) 634-1489 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.