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ACHS Breaks Ground and Selects Museum Design Firm

As site work begins at the future home of the future Adams County Historical Museum on the Biglerville road just north of Gettysburg, the Adams County Historical Society has chosen an architect for the building.

The museum planning process has been entrusted to HealyKohler Design, an award-winning firm based in Washington, D.C. HealyKohler is known for other museum projects including the Museum of the American Revolution in Philadelphia, the National Infantry Museum at Fort Benning, and a changing gallery at the National Museum of African American History & Culture in Washington.

Adams County Historical Society

Crews have started clearing the site in preparation for the first of two new buildings – an artifact storage center that will house thousands of artifacts currently packed into storage crates at a warehouse.

The new museum will be custom-built to excite and inspire visitors of all ages and interest levels.

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