~ MMA SERVICES ~
you an Activity Director, business owner, Scout Leader or part of any
group of individuals looking for something 'different' to do close to
home? We offer tours of our buildings year-round. Simply call ahead so
that we can schedule a docent or two to guide your through the buildings
and tell you all about Mechanicsburg's rich history. Two weeks or
more advance notice is appreciated.
Tours can last anywhere from forty-five minutes long (very brief,
little history) to two hours or so (full descriptions and
question-answer sessions). Of course, we recommend the full tour. When
making reservations, we can provide you with a list of restaurants and
motels in the area.
Groups larger than 20 may need to be split into smaller groups dues to
limited space inside the buildings, but can usually be accommodated at
the same time. There is no charge for a tour, but a small donation to
the museum would be greatly appreciated. Please contact the Museum for
additional information at (717) 697-6088, or e-mail us at
firstname.lastname@example.org. If leaving a message or sending
an e-mail, please include your name, name of your organization,
telephone number, size and age range of your group, and proposed date
for a tour.
Historic and Genealogical Information
Research Room at the Freight Station has numerous resource materials,
including 1858 and 1872 maps with property owners' names, and town
directories dating back to 1876. We have obituaries from local
Mechanicsburg papers. There is information concerning events of our
town. There are a number of old photos, newspaper articles, maps,
and business records. We have the Norm Hunter photo collection, and
a substantial number of old photo post cards.
Please call (717) 697-6088 or e-mail email@example.com to
arrange to talk to one of our researchers. A small donation may be
requested for more extensive searches.
The fourth grade students from the Mechanicsburg Area School District and
home schooled students participate in a program that takes them to the
CVRR Passenger Station, to the yellow brick by the Passenger Station where
the Time Capsule for 2076 is buried, a “scavenger hunt” at the
Stationmaster’s House, a visit to the Union Church and the artifacts in
back of the Washington Fire Company and a fun filled experience at the
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