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Brownsville, Pennsylvania
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society
The Brownsville Historical Society operates historic Nemacolin Castle at 136 Front St. in Brownsville, Pa. Come visit us! Take a tour. Shop the gift shop. Step back in time to America's frontier period. Located just off U.S. Route 40 (locally called Market St.) in Brownsville, PA, Nemacolin Castle is also a registered Pennsylvania historic landmark. Tours of the castle interior and its spacious grounds are provided by enthusiastic groups of volunteers throughout the year.
Brownsville, Pennsylvania
History
Brownsville, Pennsylvania
Children's, General, History, Nature Centers, Park, Specialized
A working, living museum of antique farm machinery, vintage construction equipment, crafts, flea market, and great food.
Brownsville, Pennsylvania
Culture, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Park
Nemacolin Castle, also known as Bowman's Castle, was built in present-day Brownsville, Pennsylvania, at the western terminus of the Nemacolin's Trail. It was built around the original trading post, which was built near the site of Fort Burd, the latter built by British colonists during the French and Indian War. Construction on the castle, including additions of a crenelated tower, continued through the Victorian era.
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