Explore in the Museum and along the Cache Trail

The Scott's Run Museum is a place to learn about our community and the cache trail will teach you more about us.

The museum began as a one day museum on November 1, 1996, opened permanently on May 17, 1997, and separately incorporated December, 1997. Current goals include further development of historical exhibits, research, the collection of artifacts, and the development of presentations and programs on a variety of subjects. This includes biographies of coal operators, profiles of ethnic groups, statistics on mines operating in Scott's Run, the development of school and churches, community histories, mine disasters, and glass workers living in the area.