Welcome to the Museum
Relive events of yesteryear in the entire Spring Grove area by visiting our Society’s FREE museum. The Spring Grove “area” encompasses the boroughs of Jefferson, Seven Valleys, Spring Grove, and York New Salem as well as the townships of Heidelberg, Jackson, North Codorus, and Paradise.
Colorful and neatly arranged exhibits chronicle the lifestyles of our grandparents and great-grandparents from the 18th century to the present day. Our museum features items such as:
Spring Grove-area School Memorabilia
Deeds, Certificates, and misc. Ephemera
Toys and Tools
19th & Early 20th Century Ladies’ and Men’s Apparel
A Fascinating Collection of Local Photographs
Much, much more
The museum is located at 100 Glenview Road, which is at Spring Forge Plaza in Spring Grove Borough. The Society’s museum has enjoyed an auspicious beginning and an equally impressive growth since it first opened its doors in 1997. Leadership, both past, and present, supported by a group of dedicated volunteers over the years has significantly contributed to our organization’s success. The Society has in it's possession more than 10,000 individual artifacts. This success must also be attributed in part to the support and generosity of not only our members but also the Spring Grove area community at large.
the Museum is Free and Open to the Public on these days.
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We love our Volunteers!
Volunteers are of tremendous value to any non-profit, literally worth their weight in gold. If you would like to volunteer for SGAHPS, please read our Volunteer Information Sheet, fill out the Volunteer Application and bring your PA State Clearances to the Museum at 100 Glenview Road, Spring Grove. If you have any questions, you can email [email protected], or call us at 717-225-0732.
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