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Johnstown Flood Museum

Features the 26-minute, 1989 Academy Award-winning documentary film 'The Johnstown Flood,' shown hourly. Other multimedia exhibits depict the cause and course of events prior to, during, and after the devastating flood of May 31, 1889. A 24-foot, 3-D relief map with sound effects and fiberoptic animation shows the path of the 40-foot wall of water that traveled through the Conemaugh Valley, destroying everything in its path. Open Sunday-Thursday 10am-5pm, Friday & Saturday 10am-7pm, May-October; daily 10am-5pm, the rest of the year. Closed major holidays.

Location: 304 Washington St, Johnstown Pennsylvania 15901 Telephone 814-539-1889

Other History nearby:
(Altoona) Baker Mansion
(Jeannette) Bushy Run Battlefield State History Site
(Pittsburgh) Clayton
(Ligonier) Forbes Road Gun Museum
(Altoona) Fort Roberdeau
(Johnstown) Johnstown Flood Museum

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