309 Locust Street
Wrightsville, PA 17368
ph: 717.252.1169
Also visit our Burning of the Bridge Diorama website at:
Historic Wrightsville Museum
Hours: Sundays 1:00 - 4:00 p.m. (except holidays)
Also open by special appointment
(call the museum and leave a message)
Want to become a member of Historic Wrightsville, click here for the application form
The Museum at Wrightsville is located in a house built in 1871, the former
residence of John and Mary Redman. The house was given to Historic
Wrightsville, Inc. in 1987 and since that time has served as the home of the
organization which has done much to preserve the rich heritage of the town.
The first floor of the museum contains exhibit rooms housing permanent
exhibits on the history of the town, including information on the different
bridges at Wrightsville, and special rotating exhibits on particular aspects
of local history.
Knowledgeable docents are available to answer any questions concerning the
town or the area. Also in the museum are:
  •  a small gift shop
  •  a library of books relating to aspects of the Civil War
  •  books and information on the Civil War in Wrightsville
  •  information on up-coming events and other special programs sponsored    
    by Historic Wrightsville, such as fund raising events and sale items.
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Historic Wrightsville, Inc..
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309 Locust Street
Wrightsville, PA 17368
ph: 717.252.1169
October 22:       Presentation by Michael Maloney noted author of Across the
                        River, Murder at the Accomac at 6:30 p.m.
                        Trinity Lutheran Church, 243 Hellam St., Wrightsville, Pa
                        For a flyer
click here

October 25:      Abraham Lincoln's Washington Bus Trip - All Day
      for flyer  click here           
                       Highlights: Ford's Theatre, Pederson House,
                       Union Station, Lincoln's Cottage and the Lincoln Memorial

November 21:  Annual Banquet and Business Meeting
                       Hope UMC (formerly Locust St. UMC)
                       314 Locust Street - across the street from the Museum
Want a calendar of our upcoming events click here
Want a copy of our most recent Newsletter click here
Want your loved one honored on our 2015 Christmas Tree of Remembrance click here