The Kittanning Public Library offers a wide selection of materials, a coffee café, free wi-fi, public computers, genealogy, and programs for all ages throughout the year. Stop in and browse our collection, feel free to utilize what we have to offer, all in a friendly, casual atmosphere.
Our mission is to preserve the records and artifacts of the Leechburg area. The museum is open Wednesdays & Saturdays from 12-3pm, closed January & February.
The Outdoor Discovery Center at Crooked Creek, a place to learn, grow, relax. Located inside Crooked Creek Park. For more information, go to armstrongcenter.org/odc.
The Armstrong County Historical Museum & Genealogical Society, Inc. is a local non-profit organziation that has been collecting and preserving the historical artifacts and genealogical records of the county since 1924. The McCain House, the museum’s home, is located at 300 N McKean St, Kittanning.
The Marshall House, administered by the Dayton Area Local Historical Society, is open by appointment for tours. The society also serves homestyle meals for groups, reunions, etc. by reservation. Members of the society not only serve the meals, but also provide enjoyable vocal entertainment. At Christmas time, the house is appropriately decorated with trees in different rooms.
Founded in 1908, the Apollo Memorial Library is the oldest library in Armstrong County. It serves the residents of Apollo, North Apollo, and the surrounding areas. The Apollo Memorial Library’s mission is to promote literacy and lifelong learning while meeting changing community needs.