Memories of the 2019 Season at Old Mill Village
Old Mill Village Museum, in the scenic Endless Mountains of Pennsylvania, was founded over 50 years ago to preserve the area's rich heritage. It has become a center of education and history, showcasing the crafts and artifacts of the late 18th through the early 20th centuries.
Established on donated land, buildings of historic and local interest have been moved onto the land, and others have been built to display these treasures of the past. During the Spring, Summer and Autumn seasons, the Village presents special events that bring different aspects of our history and heritage alive.
THANK YOU and welcome to
DTE Energy / Bluestone Gathering
a business supporter of Old Mill Village and the Fall Festival & Pumpkintown Celebration.
All this is made possible by the efforts of the Associate Members of Old Mill Village, a local non-profit organization of dedicated volunteers who give of their time and talents to make Old Mill Village a living, working museum, "Where Antiquity Lives"
THANK YOU to Subway of Harford and Hallstead for their generous financial support of Old Mill Village!
THANK YOU to Musa-Stiles VFW Post 6223, Great Bend, PA for their generous contribution to Old Mill Village!
THANKS to Girl Scout Troop 50159 for help with the flower planting, cleanup and painting!
School & Bus tours welcome by appointment
School and Bus Tour information
For more tour info please call Sharon Milewski (570)677-3774
If you are planning a weekday visit - Please call or email before you make your trip.
Group and individual tours
Group and individual tours of the buildings and grounds at Old Mill Village during weekdays and weekends when no events are scheduled. Two day advance notice is appreciated. To set up a tour or for more information contact Wayne Frederici at (570) 434-2303 or
Old Mill Village's purpose is to collect, preserve, protect, exhibit, educate and interpret the history and heritage of Northeastern Pennsylvania and the Endless Mountains Heritage Region.
Right: Where did the early citizens in our area get the necessities of life such as soap before supermarkets and big chain stores? Come see our local crafts people demonstrate the way some everyday items were produced right here.
DIRECTIONS: Physical address: 5774 State Route 848, New Milford, PA. Located one mile south of New Milford, PA on Route 848. Follow signs off Interstate 81 exit 223 to New Milford, turn left on Route 11 (Main St), go about 200 feet and turn left on Route 848 for 1 mile. GPS coordinates: 41.85855, -75.723588
Old Mill Village Museum
10" x 10" paving stones
Inscription of your choice
Stones will be used to make new side walk in front of our main Gallery building
For price or inscription form contact
Christina Button 570-434-3353
The Associates of Old Mill Village are looking for donations in the form of gift baskets, gift certificates, and small items to be used for a fundraiser for a new bridge at the entrance to the Village. Some of the gifts will be used for raffle baskets and others in a silent auction.
This will be a season long event so you may give a donation in May, July, August, September or October. Cash donations will also be accepted.
From author and Old Mill Village supporter Brian Keator Sr
A Strong Brotherhood in Blood
A Strong Conflict: In The Trenches Of Darkness
Would you like to be a volunteer at Old Mill Village?
Do you have a skill you would like to demonstrate?
Or perhaps you would like to learn an old skill such as
broom making, candle making, quilts
carding & spinning, looms, caning
carriage restorations, carpentry or woodworking.
We could help you learn any of these old skills.
Please contact us at
or a letter to our address at:
Old Mill Village Museum
P. O. Box 434
New Milford , PA 18834
For more information please call: 570-465-3448
to meet some of the groups and businesses that financially support or demonstrate at Old Mill Village
This website is funded in part by the Susquehanna County Room Tax Fund and
Links to other points of interest
the Endless Mountains Visitors Bureau.
If it is August, enjoy a day at the 'Harford Fair'
The Belize Fund
Center for Antislavery Studies (CASS)
Endless Mountains Heritage Region (EMHR)
For a higher learning experience try Lackawanna College, New Milford Center
Checkout the Paranormal at Old Mill Village
Civil War era music
performed by Michael Hawver
Eileen M Patch, living history performer reading Civil War letters of George Englis, 89th NY
Member: Endless Mountain Tourist Bureau
Places to have fun in Pennsylvania: www.experiencepa.com
Overnight accomodations and activities:Endless Mountains Inn Keepers Association
Circa 1820's B&B at : Fiddle Lake Farm Bed and Breakfast
Or the: Colonial Brick Motel