BOALSBURG, CENTRE COUNTY - In the winter of 1967-68, a museum dedicated to the citizen-soldiers of the Commonwealth was constructed in Boalsburg, Centre County. Situated on the grounds of the Pennsylvania National Guard's 28th Infantry Division Shrine, this construction project was the final goal in a 48 year quest.
Construction of a military museum honoring the Commonwealth's "citizen-soldiers" began in November 1967. It officially opened on Sunday May 25, 1969 at a cost of $252,695. An additional $69,000 was used to construct the parking facilities, access roads, night illumination and landscaping.
To take a tour: http://pamilmuseum.org/Hours/House-Fees.html