The Mifflinburg Buggy Museum is the only known preserved 19th century carriage shop.  From the late 1800s to the early 1900s William A. Heiss manufactured a quality line of horse-drawn vehicles in his coachworks.  The museum shows how the buggy building industry employed the skills of painters, blacksmiths, carpenters, trimmers, machinists, and wheelwrights.  The doors to Mr. Heiss's shop were closed more than fifty years ago and now today it has been reopened to reveal an orginal shop, virtually intact, with tools, machines, and equipment.
See the actual Heiss shop and an assortment of buggies
Learn about the Heiss Family and their house adjacent to the shop
Learn a little about the museum and the organization that keeps it open

ArnRod Enterprises 1997