Christmas by Candlelight Hours
Our Museum and Distillery will be open 4 - 8 p.m. on December 9, 10, 16, and 17 for our Christmas by Candlelight program. Guided tour tickets are available here and anyone is welcome visit the Museum and Distillery for free.

Ways to Give

Donations to West Overton Village support our mission of historic preservation and education.

Support Our Mission

Lift Our Spirits Elevator Fundraiser

Help us make our Museum more accessible. We are raising funds for an elevator so that all visitors can acess the second floor of our Museum, which is being updated to include a classroom, an exhibit about the history of Pennsylvania whiskey, and other engaging experiences.

Thanks to a leading gift from Beam Suntory, every dollar we raise up to $30,000 will be matched.

An elevator will help us share more history with more visitors. Your generous donation will make a difference as West Overton Village continues to grow. Goal: $150,000. Give today.
Support the Lift Our Spirits Campaign


Make a Donation

Your gift helps us preserve and share the stories, artifacts, and historic buildings of West Overton Village and connects the public to local history through education programs, research services, and publications.

West Overton Village is a 501 (c) (3) nonprofit organization registered in Pennsylvania and your donation is tax deductible.
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Become a Member

Help sustain our nonprofit mission by becoming a member of West Overton Village. Receive free admission, discounts, and more special membership benefits. 
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Volunteer 

Donate your time and talents to West Overton Village as a volunteer.
Ways to Get Involved
 

Sponsorship Opportunities

Please contact us to discuss sponsoring programs, events, exhibits, or other initiatives at the individual, business, or corporate level. 
 

Legacy or Planned Giving 

Please contact us to discuss estate planning and bequests.
 

Contact Us

Learn about our Mission and History

Since opening as a museum in 1928, West Overton Village has preserved and interpreted the rise of the American Industrial Revolution and the history of the Overholts, Fricks, and other families who made this place a success.