Take the day, pick a few museums in Mifflin, Juniata, and/or Huntingdon County and explore the amazing history and heritage right here in beautiful central Pennsylvania! Most locations will be open 10 a.m.-4 p.m. Museum Day is hosted by the Juniata River Valley Visitors Bureau and the Huntingdon County History and Heritage Roundtable; the event is free! Tours will be given at locations that are either open throughout the year or some just for this day only.

Mifflin County

McCoy House- 17 N. Main St., Lewistown, 17044.

Amish & Mennonite Heritage Center- corner of Walnut and Main Streets, Belleville, 17004.

Kishacoquillas Valley Historical Society- 138 E. Main. St., Allensville, 17002.

McVeytown Museum- 10 N. Queen St., McVeytown, 17051.

Hoopes School- Long Lane, Lewistown, 17044.

Mifflin County Historical Society Library- 1 W. Market St., Lewistown, 17044.

Lewistown Train Station- 150 Helen St., Lewistown, 17044.

Burnham Dog House- 200 1st Ave., Burnham

Juniata County

Tuscarora Academy- 472 Academy Road, Port Royal, 17082.

Juniata County Historical Society Archives- 498 Jefferson St., Suite B, Mifflintown, 17059.

Juniata Mennonite Historical Center- 37322 Route 35, Richfield, 17086.

Smith School- 23728 Route 333, Thompsontown

Huntingdon County

Isett Heritage Musuem- 11941 Stone Creek Ridge Road, Huntingdon

Swigart Museum- 12031 William Penn Highway (Rt. 22), Huntingdon

Rockhill Trolley Museum- 430 Meadow Street, Rockhill Furnace

Friends of East Broad Top Museum- 550 Main St, Robertsdale

Huntingdon County Historical Society- 106 4th Street, Huntingdon

Huntingdon County Visitors Bureau- 6993 Seven Points Road Hesston

Bricktown Museum- 300 West Small Street, Mount Union

Colerain Forge Mansion- 4072 Spruce Creek Road, Spruce Creek

Juniata College Museum of Art- 1700 Moore St., Huntingdon