Jones and Plummer Trail Museum

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Jones and Plummer Trail Museum Beaver is home to the Jones and Plummer Trail Museum. It displays many artifacts that tell the tales of Beaver County and the Panhandle people who pioneered this area. The Jones and Plummer Trail Museum houses artifacts and prototype rooms from early day No Man's Land. Books on Western history are for sale. There is a research room with information about the area from 1870's to today.

The Beaver County Historical Society operates solely on donations from Beaver County residents and descendants of early day pioneers.

Admission: Free Admission
Hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 1-5 PM
Address: Located at the Fairgrounds, South end of town, 11th and Douglas
Phone: 580-625-4439
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