The Civil War Museum in Doylestown

Residing within the historic Hall House, our museum holds many rare artifacts related to the Civil War period, with emphasis on the region of Bucks County and the town's own famous 104th Pennsylvania Volunteer "Ringgold" Regiment. Many of the museum's exhibits and artifacts including works of art, maps, photographs, flags, and sculptures are on permanent loan from the Bucks County Civil War Round Table and regional collections. With special exhibits and a unique variety of artifacts amidst a beautiful circa 1835 Federal era setting, the museum experience offers unique insight to the nineteenth century character of the community and a glimpse into life as it was during the 1860s. Visit us to see aspects of both local history and reminiscences of one of the most important events in our country's history.

Artifacts and Permanent Exhibits

Explore the artifacts collection including uniform pieces, flags, weapons, GAR as well as our featured exhibits at the Bucks County Civil War Museum.

Abraham Lincoln Collection

The Bucks County Civil War Museum has aquired a rare and unique collection of both Abraham Lincoln as President and the Lincoln Family estate.

Research Library

Visit our Civil War Research Library and Reading Room with itsa large collection of books, CDs, periodicals, maps, and rare first-editions for research and study.