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Wayne County Historical Society [PA]

The Wayne County Historical Society is dedicated to preserving the history of Wayne County, Pennsylvania. The society owns and operates three museums, the 810 Main Street Museum which focuses on local history, the JB Parks Farm Museum, which is open during the county fair and showcases the history of Wayne County agriculture, and the Bethel School, which is a historic one room schoolhouse.

The 810 Main Street Museum offers guided tours while the J.B. Parks Farm Museum and the Bethel Schoolhouse both offer self-guided tours. The society also offers special events including periodic speakers, and offers speakers which will lecture on a variety of topics. The website offers visitor information, a brief history of the area, and an events calendar.