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Little Red School House Museum

200 East Jefferson Street, Butler, Pennsylvania | (724) 283–8116
1 Review
Type: Museums & Monuments
Ages: Ages 6 — adult
Cost: $
Hours of operation: Hours vary seasonally.

The Little Red School House was constructed in 1838, and was the first public school built in   Butler as a direct result of the Public School Act of 1836.  It was used as a classroom until 1874,  when a larger facility was built.  The site is now a living history museum, which recreates the one-room school experience for school classes.


1 Review for Little Red School House Museum

December 23 2010
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"Fun with the Family"


At the Little Red School House, built in 1838, you sit down in a real old-fashioned
desk as your tour guide transforms into a teacher.

 
 

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