Admission to the Johnstown Flood Museum is $9.50 for adults, $7.50 for seniors and $7.50 for children from 3-18 (children 2 and under are free). You may also purchase a ticket to both the Johnstown Flood Museum and the Frank & Sylvia Pasquerilla Heritage Discovery Center, which also houses the Johnstown Children’s Museum and Iron & Steel Gallery, featuring “Mystery of Steel,” for $15 for adults, $13 for seniors, and $13 for students. Both visits must occur within five days.
Plan to see both museums on your visit — and for more information on the Johnstown Discovery Network and other heritage attractions in the Johnstown area.
We are also pleased to offer a 20% discount to active members of the military. Please present your military ID to receive this discount for your immediate family.
The Heritage Discovery Center and Wagner-Ritter House & Garden are both located about a half-mile from the Johnstown Flood Museum. Museum staff will be happy to direct you.
New in July 2021! Experience what it was like to be an immigrant to Johnstown in the late 1800s – and the steel and coal industries that brought them here. Learn about the 1889 Johnstown Flood, and how industrialization helped cause the disaster. See modern blacksmiths practicing their craft using time-honored methods – all located in the nationally-recognized historic districts of Johnstown. All these stories and more are yours to discover with the Johnstown Heritage Pass. This mobile-only, online pass gives you more than 20% off individual ticket prices to:
Individual attraction tickets are available online, too.
The Johnstown Flood Museum is open six days a week, from 10:00 am-5:00 pm Tuesday through Saturday, and noon-5:00 pm on Sunday (closed Mondays). We will open anytime for pre-arranged group tours — call us at 814-539-1889.
Group rates are available for group tours of 10 or more.
All museums are wheelchair-accessible, and our film presentations are captioned. We look forward to welcoming you!