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Indian Steps Museum is a one of a kind destination set along the Susquehanna River. Originally an arts and crafts style cabin, it was completed in 1912 by a wealthy lawyer from York County, PA. John Edward Vandersloot wanted to share his local...more
Friends recommended this place and we were Blown Away! Stunning piece of Arts & Crafts Style Architecture with an incomparable collection of CCC dioramas. Spend at least two hours here to be immersed in Native American culture, local folklore, and bucolic scenery. Informative guides are...More
We decided to visit this unique museum after hearing so many good things about it. It is located very much off the beaten path near the Susquehana River around Airville, PA. We were not disappointed with our visit! It has a large collection of Native...More
We had a great time at Indian Steps' totem pole program. We designed our own totem poles. Our son had a great time. Tour the house. It's only a couple $. Hike the waterfall. Thank the volunteers for keeping this NHS open to the public.
Went on a day trip to Indian Steps. It's a cool little museum that is nestled in Southern York County along the Susquehanna River. Admission is $5 per person and they have excellent events that are open to the public. Go on a hike and...More
What a wonderful place for a day trip, but don't go on Wednesdays. The museum was closed much to our dismay.
The buildings are breathtaking with murals made using arrowheads. The Native American history told by walking the grounds is amazing. Everywhere you look, there...More
I learned about this attraction through Trip Advisor; I'm glad I visited. It's a smaller museum--you won't be overwhelmed. It is laid out quite nicely, and you will learn a good deal. When you learn about Native Americans, it's often the Plains or Pueblo folk;...More
We came by way of announcement in VISITPA.COM of an exhibition of 18th century living. We saw a man making clothing out of deer skins, cooking, and etc. The joy was in the lovely museum and the tranquil grounds. Driving to it was priceless although...More