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Coolspring - Coolspring Power Museum

179 Coolspring Road
814-849-6883

Vision:

To be the foremost collection of early internal combustion technology presented in an educational and visitor-oriented manner.  Provide an organized and functional operation that will gain broad based support and generate substantial growth.



Reviews

Robin Snyder

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Monday, Aug. 21, 2017
Heaven for a gear head!! Fascinating for non-gear heads. Very knowledgable and eager volunteer staff. Tours given. Cheap entrance fee. Nice day out.

Eric Feldbauer

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Wednesday, Nov. 15, 2017
Went there a few weeks back with my father in law. Really cool place with a lot of history.

Krystofer Modaffare

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Tuesday, April 25, 2017
I am a volunteer and I enjoy ever second I spent here. My grandfather has raised me into this and he now has a pavilion called the Jack Campbell Memorial. The engine inside is a 20Hp Evans owned by Roy Pasini. Roy has also helped me with learning about engines. This was a life changing exsperience for me.

helen p

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Wednesday, July 26, 2017
A great place to see antique engine's and the awesome people that know how to run them!

Richard Staron

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Sunday, March 19, 2017
Great old turn of the century gas engine museum. Lots if working engines. Only open to the public a few weekends a year. Check website for times and dates.

Coolspring Power Museum is not affiliated with AmericanTowns Media