|Open by appointment or for special events|
The idea for a Penn Treaty Museum was first introduced to the public in June, 1970 by Dr. Etta May Pettyjohn. Her vision was passed along to John Connors, an avid collector of Penn Treaty artifacts and memorabilia. In 2007, a Board of Directors was formed and the non profit launched an online museum. After successful small exhibition, the Board decided to create a bricks and mortar museum, which now resides at 900 E. Columbia Ave.