Home of the late U.S. Supreme Court Justice Henry Baldwin as well as two Meadville mayors, The Baldwin-Reynolds House Museum takes visitors back to a time long forgotten from the minute they walk in the front doors. This 1840s Greek Revival Mansion graces Meadville with carriages, hoop skirts, and more. Whether lounging in the Solarium or strolling along our wrap-around balcony, there is certainly something to be adored by everyone. Our 1860s kitchen shows what chores were like in the "good ol' days" and our onsite 19th/20th century intact rural doctors office is a site to behold. The museum offers many annual and biannual events for visitors to enjoy, including the biannual "Trees of Christmas," sponsored by the Meadville Garden Club and our annual "Rural Heritage Day," where you can come to rediscover trades from bygone era. We have an annual "Day to Remember" exhibiting our extensive military collection. We are "keeping history alive" at the Baldwin-Reynolds House Museum.