The museum, open for special events and by appointment, is located in a former church located at 235 Philadelphia Avenue, Waynesboro.  See the map below for directions.

Designed by Frank F. Landis, the church was built on land acquired for him.  Frank and his brother, Abe, were two industrial pioneers whose contributions had tremendous influence on the development, evolution, and products of the Geiser, Frick, Landis Machine, and Landis Tool Companies, as well as the grwoth and economic well-being of Waynesboro and surrounding areas.

The Waynesboro Area Industrical Heritage Trust is actively seeking members, volunteers, and artifacts.
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