This month’s raffle includes all-day passes to DelGrosso’s, a jewelry package, a “bark box,” an exclusive tour of the Grand Army of the Republic Building, and more. Check out all the fantastic prizes at the link below!
New in July 2021! Get a Johnstown Heritage Pass for four attractions (Johnstown Flood Museum, Heritage Discovery Center/Johnstown Flood Museum, Wagner-Ritter House & Garden, and Center for Metal Arts) and save more than 20% over regular admission prices! Individual attraction tickets are available, too. These mobile-only passes are only available online!
Early-bird two-day passes are $40 general admission, or $55 for a VIP Pass (which includes access to the VIP Lounge and the site’s only full bar and indoor restrooms, as well as a special tented viewing area at the mainstage). JAHA members are entitled to a free upgrade to VIP when they buy in person at the Johnstown Flood Museum or Heritage Discovery Center. Single-day tickets will go on sale when early-bird prices expire at 11:59 pm on July 31. Regular prices for passes are $50 for two-day passes, $65 for VIP, and single-day tickets will be $25 for Friday night, and $40 for Saturday night.
JAHA memberships get you admission to all our museums, as many times as you’d like to come, for an entire year. What’s more, memberships at the family level or above get you membership to the Reciprocal Organization of Associated Museums (ROAM) and all its members! Download and mail in a membership form below, or contact Deb Winterscheidt at (814) 539-1889 x315.
JAHA has a limited number of autographed copies of David McCullough’s classic popular history, The Johnstown Flood. They are $45 each (or $50 with shipping) and may be purchased by contacting Angel Ashby at (814) 539-1889 x311.
We have had a lot of demand for our classic cookbook, which was originally published in the 1990s! The book is currently out of print, but we have made digital copies available for just $7 in our new Etsy shop below.
Another classic JAHA book, originally published in the 1990s. The book explains the history of the 1889 disaster, with a heavy emphasis on photography. The book is currently out of print, but we have made digital copies available in our new Etsy shop below.
When you designate JAHA as a charity to support while shopping on Amazon, .5% of the purchase price of many things you buy will be donated directly to JAHA through direct deposit. There is no additional cost to the consumer for this.
However, the trick is to always be sure you start shopping from the smile.amazon.com address in the future, rather than the regular Amazon address – it will remember your charity, and even keep track of your donations! You can tell you’re in the right place when you see the Amazon Smile logo in the upper left corner, rather than the regular logo.