Visions of the Susquehanna Art Collection

In 2008, with funding from private donors and the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation and Natural Resources, Susquehanna National Heritage Area acquired a group of these contemporary works as an educational and interpretive resource. The collection is on permanent display at The John & Kathryn Zimmerman Center for Heritage, an historic 18th century home along the Susquehanna River at Long Level that is owned and by managed by Susquehanna National Heritage Area as a visitor education center. Visions of the Susquehanna provides viewers the opportunity to appreciate the beauty of this magnificent waterway as seen through the eyes of artists and understand the urgent need to preserve and protect the Susquehanna River watershed for future generations. The Visions of the Susquehanna Art Collection is open to the public and can be viewed during regular visitor hours at the Zimmerman Center for Heritage.

1706 Long Level Road Wrightsville, PA 17368

(717) 252-0229