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Take a trip back through time to visit the late 19th century buggy factory, home and repository of William A. Heiss. 
From the late 1800s to the early 1900s, Heiss manufactured a quality line of horse drawn vehicles in his coach works.  This rare survival, listed on the National Register of Historic Places, has the distinction of being one of seven craft/industrial museums in the country with an original collection on its original site.  It is believed to be the only museum housed in an original buggy shop.  The interpretation that this site allows goes far beyond that of other museums that merely assemble a group of unrelated tools to represent what a carriage shop was like.  Only here can you see all the major departments involved in the manufacturing of buggies.  Welcome to the Mifflinburg Buggy Museum. 
 
F. James Remar
Executive Director
 

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