Plan a Visit
Come explore the compelling stories of Westmoreland County and beyond. Open year-round.
EXHIBIT GALLERY & MUSEUM SHOP HOURS
Tuesday-Saturday 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Sunday 12:30 p.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Tuesday - Friday 10 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
Saturday 10 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Closed Sunday and Monday
Admission includes a tour of Historic Hanna's Town, a visit to the exhibit gallery, and access to the research library
Students (through high school): $6
Seniors (65+): $6
AAA Members: $6
Children 5 and Under: FREE
Blue Star Active military: FREE
MAKE A DAY OF IT!
A short drive down the road and into the past.
When you spend a day at Hanna’s Town, you’ll travel through time and Westmoreland County’s eventful history. Take a guided tour of a reconstructed Revolutionary War-era fort, explore a frontier tavern, and see an authentic Conestoga Wagon.
Visit the region’s newest education center dedicated to local history. Discover local history at our programs and events, see a range of exciting exhibits, and dig into a library where you can trace your family history.
Bring home a piece of the past at our new gift shop, which features books on American and local history, toys and picture books for the kids, handmade crafts including Redware Pottery, jewelry, home decor, and so much more.
Guided Tours of Historic Hanna’s Town
On a guided tour, discover the history of Hanna's Town as the first seat of government for Westmoreland County and life on the Pennsylvania frontier during the American Revolution.
- Tours begin on the hour and start at the Education Center.
- Admissions is located in the shop of the Education Center.
- Each tour is approximately 60 to 90 minutes and led by a trained guide.
- A significant portion of the tour takes place outdoors, so please plan accordingly.
Feel free to contact us if you have any questions.
Scenes of Westmoreland: Visions of Light
Kendra Gallery, Westmoreland History Education Center
Westmoreland County is home to unique historical and cultural sites, exceptional architecture, scenic beauty, and many interesting faces that reflect our distinctive cultural heritage.
The inaugural exhibit in the Kendra Gallery of the Westmoreland History Education Center features the works of 10 talented photographers of the Westmoreland Photographers Society, all of whom use light to enhance and define their visions. Through this collaboration, visitors can encounter the breadth of Westmoreland County's historical, cultural, and natural resources.