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EXPLORE HISTORIC LANSFORD PENNSYLVANIA
Explore the unique history of Lansford, PA at the
Museum and Exhibits
117 East Bertsch Street
Lansford PA 18235
The Lansford Historical Society is an organization dedicated to the preservation of historical items, artifacts, architecture and sites honoring the history of Lansford, PA. They provide a unique education and vast knowledge of the area’s history.
A fun way to spend an afternoon and learn about the Lansford Community.
Stop by the 80's Bar for a drink and wonderful food after your day of exploring!
No. 9 Coal Mine and Museum
9 W. Dock Street
Lansford, PA 18232
Tour a real coal mine dating back to 1855! Hop in a mine car and take the tracks over 1,600 feet into the mountain. Once inside, embark on a 600-foot, guided walking tour. Examine the original mine shaft, walk the “mule-way," and see a miner’s hospital cut into solid rock.
Outside is the museum, housed in the No.9 Mine’s original “wash shanty” constructed before the First World War. The museum houses the largest collection of mining artifacts in the area, as well as a gift shop. Picnic facilities are available for large groups.
For more information and hours please visit their website here
To find other interesting Lansford landmarks click on the map below.
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