The Monterey Pass Battlefield Museum
mission of the Monterey Pass Battlefield Museum is to interpret and
exhibit artifacts related to the battle of Monterey Pass, the Pennsylvania
Campaign of 1863, and the American Civil War as it relates to Franklin
County, Pennsylvania. Through these exhibits, the
museum shall encourage audiences to examine the past and its relationship
to our shared future.
Expect at least forty-five minutes to view the museum. The story of the battle of Gettysburg didn't just end at
Gettysburg, it continued for several more days. Take command of your
Gettysburg retreat and visit Monterey Pass today.
Regular hours Weekends from 10:00 - 4:00. April 16, 2016 to
November 19, 2016.
Monterey Pass Battlefield Park
14325 Buchanan Trail East, Waynesboro, PA 17268
Parking is located at the Monterey Pass Battlefield Park. For overflow
parking, buses and larger vehicles Rolando Woods Lions
Club Park located along Charmian Road has additional parking.
Rules and regulations of the museum building:
No food, drink, or pets are allowed in
the museum. However, service dogs are welcome. Shirt and shoes must be
worn at all times in the museum. Flash photography is strictly prohibited
as flash can be damaging to the artifacts. Children must
be accompanied by an adult at all times. The museum is handicap
accessible. We appreciate your cooperation.