The Museum of York County, which opened in the year 1950, was originally meant to lure young kids into knowing more about ... More
Museum of York County
The Museum of York County, which opened in the year 1950, was originally meant to lure young kids into knowing more about their rich culture and heritage. But gradually the museum expanded and has now become a learning ground for both kids and adults. Apart from the arts and science exhibits, there are also presentations on the natural and cultural history, African artifacts displays and much more. Weekends are even more fun as the Settlemyre Planetarium will take you into the magic world of stars and the cosmos. The museum also holds summer camps and private birthday party celebrations for children.
I like the musuem because it was nice and quiet. I've gone many times as a child and absolutely loved it. I still love it. There are many displays of animals from different regions and they have now added a planitarum. It is wonderful!
location was not good for finding it. Impressive display of african mammals, however thats about it. Would be more interesting if displaying more material related to the history of york county.
Probably a cool break for little kids. Warning: Adults will get bored quickly.
This museum is tailor made to teach kids about the natural world. They'll see live animals, such as baby chicks,
owls, and snakes. Take a stroll through the Butterfly Pavilion or the Paw Paw Nature Trail to learn more ...
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