Serves to educate, preserve, and interpret rich history of Wyalusing.
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The Wyalusing Valley Museum Association was started in 1976 headed by William Keeler and James Eaton and many other Wyalusing residents as a tribute to the bicentennial of our nation. The displays were located in the Wyalusing Borough Hall and lasted one year.
In late 1979 a group of citizens concerned about how to preserve the history of Wyalusing got together to reform the Wyalusing Museum and set up a committee and by 1980 the Wyalusing Valley Museum officially opened in the basement of the Wyalusing Public Library.
Today the museum has benefited from a generous gift from Kay Welles Homer of leasing the Bixby house and barns on the Welles estate in East Wyalusing.