Marietta Museum & Old Town Hall

Artifacts and memorabilia from early Marietta

The Marietta Museum is inside the Old Town Hall that was built in 1847. On display are artifacts and memorabilia from early Marietta, such as the first Marietta fire engine (below) from 1840, examples of furniture made here and early photographs and records from the Marietta area. The Grand Army of the Republic (GAR) Post 226 was headquartered here, and many Civil War memorabilia and records are among the archives. The museum and hall are managed by Marietta Restoration Associates, a non-profit.

Waterford Ave. & Walnut Street, Marietta, PA

(717) 426-4736