Hours of Operation
Friday – Sunday: 11 a.m.- 4 p.m.
All items are available for mail order. Please contact us for more information.
The building currently occupied by the museum gift shop was the rectory for the Church of the Immaculate Conception next door to it. Both buildings were constructed in 1862, and the rectory housed the Catholic priest of the village from that year until 1902, when the church was deconsecrated and masses were primarily held in Freeland at St. Ann’s Church. At that time, Eckley’s rectory became a private residence.
Today the Immaculate Conception Church rectory serves a different purpose in the operation of the village as a living history museum– the Eckley Miners’ Village gift shop. A visit to the village is not complete until a visitor takes a look around at the little treasures and souvenirs that the gift shop has to offer. There is something for everyone, including tee shirts, books, photos, movies, mugs, coal car replicas, jewelry, and so much more.