235 Allegheny Blvd.
Brookville, PA 15825
Phone: (814) 849-8381
Fax: (814) 849-8386
Arts & Museums
The Coolspring Power Museum boasts an amazing collection of machines made from iron that were used during the infamous World Wars and in devastating oil fields. While most of them were sold as scrap by the owners, others were preserved and now find their way into this heritage museum. The museum staff are knowledgeable and know how to operate every machine throughout. A visit here promises to be exciting.
The mission of the Cook Forest Sawmill Center for the Arts is to promote and preserve traditional arts and crafts, contribute to the cultural enrichment of the area through classes, festivals and the presentation of theatre productions, enhance the public awareness of the environment with educational programs, and to increase the knowledge of natural and local history.
Located in the Clarion, Sutton-Ditz House was built in 1847 and is a historic home. The two and a half story houses the Clarion County Historical Society. The Greek architecture is also a museum that organizes tours on the local history of the place. This House got its place in the National Register of Historic Places ib 2004.
A fine Co-op art gallery in downtown DuBois, the Winkler Gallery of Fine Art currently represents 16 artists whose mediums include watercolors, stained glass, photography, pastels, blown glass, silk painting, wood and jewelry. Artist workshops in such mediums as stained glass, silk painting, and watercolors are offered.
The Thomas Marshall House is located at Dayton, Pennsylvania. This house was constructed around 1865 C.E -1868 C.E and there was an extension made to this house in the year 1881 C.E. The house had a Georgian style of architecture. It got listed on the National Registrar of Historic Places on April 22, 1976.
Learn about the history of Smicksburg and the surrounding areas via local artifacts and exhibits at the John G. Schmick Museum. A gift shop, tourist information, and a genealogical library are also available.