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To celebrate the 225th Anniversary of Somerset County, we've put together a Passport to History! Grab your passport and follow the clues to fill it with crayon rubbed images. Collect 12 images to receive a commemorative keepsake. Collect all 20 to be entered in the Grand Prize drawing!
Test your knowledge of the Conestoga Wagon with a short quiz!
Learn about how Mountain Craft Days got its start.
Update to the Somerset Historical Center 2020 schedule for Mountain Craft Days.
Photographs of the Miner's Concert Band of Pine Hill in Brothersvalley Township, Somerset County.
Updates to the operating schedule of the
Volunteer of the Year for the Somerset Historical Center awarded to Chris Zanoni.
Updated response to COVID-19 at the Somerset Historical Center.
COVID-19 Update: PHMC offices throughout the state are closed through Thursday, April 30, 2020. We are continuing to work remotely.
Update to closures at the Somerset Historical Center
Changes to our operations in response to COVID-19
The Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission outlines changes to operations in response to slowing the spread of COVID-19.
The Annual Ethnic Traditions program was another success.
Our 50th Mountain Craft Days
Great weather helped mark the occasion of the 50th Mountain Craft Days at the Somerset Historical Center. The three-day event was filled with crafts, demonstrations, music, programs, and food.
"Common Threads" Fiber Art Symposium April 13th, in partnership with Laurel Arts. Find out more!
The Historical and Genealogical Society of Somerset County is looking for a Program Coordinator and a Program Assistant. If you love history and have a passion for preserving the crafts that make our local heritage unique, this is the place for you!
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Looking for a bucket truck? You're in luck!
We're selling this used truck -- just make us an offer.
Local historian George Kaufman has a delightful presentation on small towns at our Annual Meeting April 1st.
Register TODAY for our Pysanky Egg Workshop April 6th -- space is limited!