An icon of the 1889 flood, the famous Stone Bridge is a symbol of our community’s resilience and strength. Since the 2011 dedication of the Stone Bridge Lighting Project, the bridge has been illuminated in colorful LED lights programmed by …Read More
The Rooftop Garden, part of the Johnstown Children’s Museum, will be closed for about a month for renovations and improvements! We’re excited about the opportunity to refurbish this wonderful outdoor exhibit that is designed to educate kids about Pennsylvania native …Read More
After a careful search, JAHA has named Andrew Lang as our new curator. In this position, Andrew will assist in all aspects of developing and executing exhibitions in JAHA’s museums, as well as maintaining and curating JAHA’s archives and collections …Read More
Join JAHA and Dr. Matt of UPJ for a more in depth look at the science concepts in the Johnstown Children’s Museum through demonstrations and hands on experiments. Each class will provide children with a take home!
We’ll meet in the …Read More
The Annual Fund keeps the Johnstown Area Heritage Association’s museums and programs going strong — from special events to tourism, we’re using our area’s rich heritage and history to build a stronger economic future for our region.
Last time we updated …Read More
Help kids get the most out of the start of summer vacation! During the month of June, all kids 12 and under get FREE admission to the Heritage Discovery Center/Johnstown Children’s Museum when accompanied by a paying adult (limit 2 …Read More
JAHA is grateful to Highmark Blue Cross Blue Shield for once again sponsoring a 2-show free concert series at Peoples Natural Gas Park! The first show is set for Tuesday, July 3, with the Pittsburgh-based funk band Beauty Slap. Special …Read More
JAHA is offering an exciting slate of activities to commemorate the anniversary of the Johnstown Flood of 1889, which is May 31. They include:
Saturday, May 26, Path of the Flood Historic Races: This half-marathon, 12K, and 5K is coming up …Read More