With the visionary planning of Tina and Tom Thoburn and a dedicated steering committee, a donation of historic local lumber was secured to create Ligonier’s log cabin façade. The museum opened its doors in September 1997.
The perfect setting for a relaxing stroll. Whether outside surrounded by our beautiful flower gardens, or inside amongst our rotating exhibitions of American art, the museum is your tranquil get-away from the busy rush of the city. The Museum offers a full schedule of programs and activities including a variety of educational activities for kids of all ages.
Founded in 2000, the Auxiliary consists of approximately seventy members and serves to provide financial and volunteer support for the Museum. The Auxiliary also is charged with increasing public attention on the Museum and helping to broaden its membership.
Approx 10-12 per week. Weekends plus 1-2 weekdays or evenings a month as needed.
Tasks include greeting visitors, answering the telephone, set up and clean up for special events. Some computer experience needed. Must be reliable & well organized.
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The Donald M. Robinson Sculpture Park opened in 2018. We are a member of the Westmoreland Pollinator Partners maintaining gardens which serve as shelter to migrating monarch butterflies, a species in peril. Find more information on what's on display inside on the exhibitions tab.