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From Bedlam to Blazes
Every Friday & Saturday through October. Must pre-register your group by calling 814-849-0077. Recommended for ages 13+. $20 adult/$10 students. Read more...
Brookville's Eerie Tales
October 28 | 6 p.m.
Brookville Town Square
Join our historical-based eerie walking tour and discover strange but true eerie happenings in our town, if you dare! $10/person. Advanced required. Read more...
See the exhibit of one of the leading female photojournalists in our area...
Take a look at the history of Fire Fighting in Jefferson county..
All Fired Up
October 27 | 7 p.m.
Jefferson Co. Courthouse
The Jefferson County Paranormal Investigators (JCPI) will present their paranormal findings of select Brookville locations. Tickets are $10 at the door. Read more...
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172-176 Main Street
Brookville, PA 15825
Welcome to the Jefferson County History Center! Through these pages and in our museum you'll find a wealth of knowledge about Jefferson County, PA. We try to refresh our exhibits once or twice a year, so keep coming back to see what's new.
The JCHC works hard to make history fun for all ages and has even started programs to take history out of the museum. Come visit us and see all that we have to offer!
Charles Bowdish, a renowned miniature railroad creator shared his talents locally...
See how Jefferson County started by taking a step back in time and exploring how others lived...
Bowdish Model RR
Living on the Land
The Jefferson County History Center (JCHC) provides research facilities, publications, exhibits, & public programs relating to Jefferson County's history and serves as the primary Visitor Center for the 15-county
Lumber Heritage Region.