THE HERITAGE VILLAGE & FARM MUSEUM, a nonprofit organization operated by the Bradford County Heritage Association and located just one-half mile north of the intersection of Route 6 and 14 in Troy, Pennsylvania, records and celebrates over 200 years of Bradford County’s rich history of agricultural development through its generous collection of historical artifacts and natural resources.
The Heritage Village & Farm Museum highlights include…
The Collection & Living History Museum — The association is proud to share its large collection of historical artifacts and resources with the community and visitors via exhibits, showcases, and community events. Highlights of the collection include large and small antique farm machinery, an extensive collection of model tractors, a display of Revolutionary War items, spaces for flax and loom demonstrations, themed-rooms featuring such themes as Game Commission artifacts, antique children’s games, and Troy Fair history, plus the finest collection of carriages and sleighs in northern Pennsylvania. The living history village boasts an Inn (stagecoach stop), schoolhouse, barbershop, maple sugar shack, church, and more!
The Gregoy Inn. The Gregory Inn was built in 1822 for stagecoach travelers between Elmira, NY and Williamsport, PA (north and south); and Athens, PA to Wellsboro, PA (east and west). In 1854 the New Central Railroad was built and its passengers used the Inn as well. Today, you can have a quaint lunch at the Inn.
PA Heritage Festival — Each September, the Heritage Village & Farm Museum hosts the PA Heritage Festival, a weekend full of family-friendly activities, living history demonstrations, a Civil War encampment, square dancing, an artisan market, and more!
Heritage Village & Farm Museum Hours:
Open Seasonally April -October
Tuesday: 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
Saturday: 11:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.
or by appointment
Museum Admission: Adults: $10
Seniors 65+: $9
Students K-12: $5