SOLOMON'S WORDS

Really Rural

Howard Hanna

Stoltz

Port Allegany Shop n' Save


DR. Tarbox

DR. Tarbox

xxx

xxx

Solomon's Auction & Yard Sale Page

UPMC Cole Careers

UPMC Cole

Friday, September 26, 2014

Rebuilt PA Lumber Museum Now Open To Public

Entryway & main floor of rebuilt Pa Lumber Museum, Rt 6 between Coudersport and Galeton.
Now open to public, but displays are not yet installed. So the $6 admission fee comes with a voucher for a FREE visit next year when the extensive displays are complete.
Grand opening is planned for sometime next spring.

8 comments :

Unknown said...

Lets see. Millions spent to rebuild the museum. Museum averages 20 to 30 people a day. Gross income is 120 to 180 dollars a day. Atleast a half dozen state employees are working there. If this was a privately run business, it would fail. Now you can see why our government operates in the red. What a joke.

Anonymous said...

My flooring, woodwork and furniture is sawdust, glue and contact paper. I can't afford real wood like they used here, and I worked all my life and never collected a handout.

Anonymous said...

Why doesn't the state invest right across the highway at Denton Hill State Park? The resort there could be a year around facility.

Anonymous said...

Possibly because, although Denton Ski Lodge sits on the Denton Hill State Park premises, it is owned and run by private citizen's not state employees.

Anonymous said...

I visited the Bark Peeler's Convention in July and they were handing out vouchers because the museum was closed due to an issue with the occupancy permit. Now they are handing out vouchers because the displays are not in?
FAIL

Anonymous said...

Wow what a beautiful building. Our tax dollars at work! Should fix the damn roads instead!

Anonymous said...

11:12, that's the gas companies job.

Anonymous said...

Wow there must be some truly sad lonely people out there to whine and complain about a museum getting fixed up. The budget allowed for X amount to be spent on these types of projects and rather than a place down state getting it... we did. Try being thankful rather than sitting at your computer and moan about good things happening. If you want to cry then go cry about your social security or gas prices. Anyway have a lovely day and maybe try going outside and having fun... maybe go check out a nice museum. It's not that scary. I promise.