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Heisey House Museum - Clinton County Historical Society

Our Mission
The Clinton County Historical Society (CCHS) is organized to maintain a framework for collecting, preserving and interpreting the records and artifacts significant to the history of Clinton County. The CCHS encourages research into local history, recommends the preservation of historical structures and sites, presents free educational programs about the county’s history and seminars to members and public, and cooperates with other organizations interested in historical preservation.

Our Story
In 1921 a small group of concerned citizens, dedicated to preserving local history, founded the Clinton County Historical Society. In the ensuing years CCHS has grown tremendously with the continued goal of preserving the County’s treasures, and sharing them with the public through free programs and special displays, community events, history camps, and programs for children.

The main offices are in the Victorian Heisey House Museum, 362 East Water Street. We offer research facilities and resources on people, places and things in our County’s history. Reasonable fees apply. The museum and grounds are available for rental for private meetings, parties, and events. Please call us for rates and availability.

We are a non-profit 501 C (3) organization, and all donations are tax-deductible. We are also all-volunteer and rely heavily on our many volunteers to conduct research and tours, run fundraising efforts, and help with all and everything at the museum. A 15-member Board of Directors, elected by the membership, manages the collection, properties, and business.

Hours:
Wed: 10 - 3 PM
Thur: 10 - 3 PM

Email: info@clintonpahistory.org

    Benefits: 
    Free Admission
    Free or Discounted Gift, Publication, or Service
    Free or Discounted Tour(s)
    Free Parking
    Gift Shop Discount