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Discover the rich industrial heritage of southwestern Pennsylvania at West Overton Village.
Learn how the Overholts’ small family farm transformed throughout the 19th century into a thriving industrial village.
Explore the 1838 Overholt Homestead and other notable buildings on a guided tour of West Overton Village, offered May - October.
Discover stories of the people whose hard work made West Overton a successful agricultural and industrial community.
Author Robin Robinson presents an evening of fast-paced entertainment about the story of whisk(e)y featuring tastings of whiskeys from around the world.
Discover a variety of professional vendors at our historic wedding and event venue to plan your special day.
Join us the second Wednesday of the month, May-October, for an evening of food, music, drinks, games, and more!
Kickoff the summer at our annual Makers Market, which will host local vendors, along with an heirloom plant sale, food trucks, drinks in the distillery, and more.
Our new exhibition explores industrial change in a rural community
Explore the industrialization of West Overton through stories of its villagers. Discover how these working people, from farmers to miners to housekeepers and more, weathered transformations in business, labor, and technology and represent broader stories in American history.
West Overton Village preserves about 40 acres of the Overholt family's original farm. It was established as a museum by Helen Clay Frick in memory of her father, Henry Clay Frick, who was born on the property.