Crossroads Heritage Museum is owned and operated by Joe Tetz and his sister Corinne and is considered World Class. The Collection was started in 1998 in New Tripoli PA. The subject and purpose of the museum is to preserve the past.
We collect horse drawn coaches, sleighs, wagons, construction equipment, agricultural equipment, vintage quilts, 1840 original stage coach, and many small items related to the 19th century. There are about 80 vehicles in the collection, including horse drawn fire equipment. Horse drawn carriage rides also available.
A new 17500 sq. ft building is being built just off of exit 23 on I 78 to house the collection. We are also building a 19th century village and an 1880’s barn to have weddings. In addition to a grist mill, blacksmith shop, saw mill, gazbo, pond and patio, general store and chapel.
Horse drawn carriage rides available. Makes a great one-of-a-kind wedding venue. Buses welcome.