National Watch & Clock Museum
Journey through the history of time at the beautifully expanded National Watch & Clock Museum, located in historic Columbia, PA. Experience a fun and fascinating journey into the world of timekeeping, illustrated by more than 12,000 treasures of time - from Stonehenge and early sundials to today's modern technology.
Forry's Mill Covered Bridge
This structure was built in 1869, which was the same year the first transcontinental railroad was completed. Minor repairs were made to the floor and sides in 1925.
Bube's Brewery is a 19th century brewery complex; a series of buildings which collectively performed the various functions needed at a brewery operating at that time. Bube's is one of the only breweries from the early days of the great American breweries that has been left intact.
Shenck's Mill Covered Bridge
Though originally built in 1847, extensive flood damage warranted that it be rebuilt in 1855. This bridge is the third oldest covered bridge in the county that is still open to traffic.
Kaufman's Distillery Covered Bridge
This bridge was first built in 1857 and later rebuilt in 1874. Kaufman's Distillery Mill was actually one of 130 distilleries in the county in the 1800s.
Kreider Farm Tour
Tour a state-of-the-art farm operation. Includes observation of 54-cow carousel milking parlor, drive through an immense loafing barn, admire calves, and learning about the field crops.
Shearer's Mill Covered Bridge
Shearer's Mill Covered Bridge was originally built in 1847, but was damaged by a flood nine years later and had to be rebuilt. It was also scheduled to be replaced with a concrete bridge, many local residents negotiated its transfer to this spot, Memorial Park
The Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire
Named one of the Top 100 Events in North America by the American Bus Association, Her Majesty, Queen Elizabeth, invites you to live the excitement and adventure of her annual Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire of jousting knights and royal delights.