Mifflinburg Buggy Museum Open for Tours

History & Heritage

May 1, 2021 to October 30, 2021

Mifflinburg Buggy Museum

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The Mifflinburg Buggy Museum opens for the 2021 season this Saturday, May 1.

Hours are Saturday and Sundays.  1 to 4pm.  Tours at 1, 2 and 3pm.

View a period clothing display, a new Hopp Buggy that was gifted to
the museum by Ginny Rech from Marysville, PA (yes, this is how she
spells her name. She owned the buggy for 50 years and drove it in carriage
competitions.

Please check Facebook: Mifflinburg Buggy Museum for special events. 


Tickets are now available for the annual Mifflinburg Garden Tour.  $10 Each.
The tour is back for 2021 with six featured gardens and the new Artisan Co-op for you to enjoy. Each garden will have either an artist or a musician to help you enjoy your visit.




 

About the Mifflinburg Buggy Museum

The Mifflinburg Buggy Museum preserves the only intact 19th century carriage factory in the United States. The complex includes a buggy maker's home, buggy showroom and modern visitor center. The visitor center has permanent and changing exhibits, hands-on workbench and videos. The Museum is open Saturday and Sunday 1 to 4pm May through October. Group tours are offered by reservation Monday through Saturday. The Visitor Center is open for special occasions during the winter months. The Museum is closed major holidays. Meeting room is available to rent for meetings and special events.

598 Green St., Mifflinburg, PA 17844

570-966-1355




 

 

 

 

 

 




























































































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