New Rotating Exhibit on Display in AHI

Be sure to come visit our Center Hall to see a phenomenal exhibit showcasing the photography of Frances Benjamin Johnston, a Grafton-born professional photographer. Johnston was a photographic icon, taking images of decaying buildings, seasonal gardens, and expressive individuals that would soon be lost to time. This traveling exhibit was created by PAWV AmeriCorps member Ksenia Bradner and will be hosted by AHI from 9-5pm until September 10th and is free to the public.

See a news release from WV News here:

https://www.wvnews.com/prestoncountynews/lifestyles/west-virginia-native-photography-exhibit-comes-to-arthurdale/article_7fce2524-a7e4-524a-9355-77c160ee858c.html?utm_medium=social&utm_source=facebook&utm_campaign=user-share&fbclid=IwAR0xTwQey130_FzOKSZMnPjdksM1rxoAdoNRGDDnmbXD1_5dtvsL9oja-ps

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We are open for tours by appointment only until May 1.  Please call or email today to schedule your guided tour.

Tour and craft shop hours after May 1 will be:

Monday-Saturday 10-3; Sundays 12-5

QUESTIONS? Phone:  304 864 3959    Email:  ahi@ArthurdaleHeritage.org

Masks are required for guided tours