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Heisey Museum

Clinton County Historical Society      362 E. Water St.    Lock Haven, PA 17745 USA

Phone: (570)748-7254

Open Wednesdays & Thursdays 10-3pm, Second Sunday of each month 2-4 pm

email: heisey@clintoncountyhistory.com


Preserving Clinton County’s history since 1921!

We welcome questions, visits, research inquiries, and tours.


See information about the stained glass windows in the

former German Lutheran Church on our Photo Gallery page.


Thank you 2015 Business Sponsors!

See our list on the “About Us” page.


Snapshots from the

Girl Scout Visit

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Learn about our mission and activities by visiting our

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Consider staying in our 1941 Restored Vintage Caboose this coming summer!

Taking bookings starting May 1, 2016.

1941 Restored Vintage Caboose - Trains for Rent

Train in Lock Haven, United States. Spend the night in a caboose which sleeps 2 and is equipped with sink, toilet, shower, and microwave, coffee & coffee maker. You provide linens, or sleeping bag, pillows & towels. Caboose is nestled on the future site of the trail head for region'... View all listings in Lock Haven

Matriarchs and Mavericks -

Postponed until August 14, 2016

from 2-4 PM at the Poorman Gallery next door to the Heisey House.

Presented by Loretta Coletrane, she will discuss  19th and 20th century women used civic clubs to make changes in their communities and their lives.  Hear about those women who were movers and

shakers in our own Clinton County.  













Learn how the men of the 305th Ambulance Group

integrated the United States Army in 1917.







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Wine in the Wilds at Lock Haven!

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visit the Wine Fest page!












Learn how the men of the 305th Ambulance Group

integrated the United States Army in 1917.