About Us Old Library Museum, the New Castle Historical Society's space for changing exhibits, where the charm of this building will stir your imagination!
The hexagonal brick structure was built in 1892 to house the collections of the New Castle Library Company. Study this captivating example of a rare, original work of architect Frank Furness of Philadelphia. Encounter the extensive, breathtaking original interior woodwork and soaring skylight.
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