ARMSTRONG COUNTY HISTORICAL MUSEUM

The Armstrong County Historical Museum tells the story of people, places, and historical events starting with the destruction of the  Delaware Indian Village of the  Kit-Han-Ne in 1756 by  Colonel John Armstrong and his frontier troops. The  Museum is open to the public for tours on Sunday and Thursday, 1:00 p.m. to  3:00 p.m., April to November. After November 1st by appointment only.

For a copy of our McCain House booklet, click here.

Here are a few of the treasures you will find in our museum:

Parlor

 

Early Armstrong County Room

 

The Civil War Room

Native American Room