The Johnstown Flood Museum and Heritage Discovery Center/Johnstown Children’s Museum are open Wed.-Sat. from 10 am-5 pm, and Sun. noon-5 pm (no appointments required).  Please visit the children’s museum COVID protocols page for more information specific to that museum. All museum visitors and staff are required to wear masks and practice social distancing.  Welcome!

The Stone Bridge

Built just a few years before the great Johnstown Flood of 1889, the Stone Bridge remains a key landmark for our community. At the links below, you can learn more about the lights and view the live webcam — and discover more about the bridge’s fascinating history.

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Latest From The Stone Bridge on  Facebook

June is Pride Month, so the bridge will switch to rainbows! ... See MoreSee Less
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The Stone Bridge will turn green, red, and yellow starting tomorrow in support of Johnstown's Juneteenth celebrations! The Johnstown NAACP, with support from the Unity Coalition of the Southern Alleghenies, has put together a full slate of activities, including the 2021 Juneteenth Music Celebration at Peoples Natural Gas Park set for tomorrow (6/12). Schedule information is attached! ... See MoreSee Less
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Tonight the bridge will show several pretty looks in support of PolkaFest, the first event of the season at Peoples Natural Gas Park! ... See MoreSee Less
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Part of the Johnstown Discovery Network

The stories of Johnstown — immigration, the 1889 flood, the steel industry and more — shaped the history of America as it became a modern industrial nation. The Johnstown Discovery Network brings this rich history to life through a linked system of attractions and historic districts. Be sure to discover them all!