The Zippo/Case Museum is located at 1932 Zippo Drive, just off Route 219 in Bradford, PA. Fourteen custom-made Zippo "street-lighters" line the drive leading up to the building. Over the entrance towers a 40-foot Zippo lighter with a pulsating neon flame, and an enormous three-bladed Canoe pocketknife, symbol of the Case Collector's Club.
The Zippo/Case MuseumIn the 15,000 square-foot attraction is the Zippo/Case Museum. Exhibits include displays of rare Zippo lighters and Case knives. Interactive media kiosks showcase fun and educational facts. An extraordinary 7x11 foot American flag displays more the 3,400 red, white and blue Zippo lighters.
Other unique exhibits include: a fascinating "knife-in-motion" hologram, and ZAC (Zippo and Case), a mesmerizing seven-foot audio/kinetic ball machine full of motion, sound, and colors produced by its gears, chimes, chutes and climbs. You might even catch the world famous Zippo Car "at home" between promotional appearances.
|Hours:||Monday to Saturday, 9:00AM to 5:00PM||Hours:||Sunday, 11:00AM to 4:00PM|
|Open:||7 days a week||Closed:||New Years, Easter, Thanksgiving, Christmas|
|Admission & Bus Parking:||Free||Handicap Accessible:||Yes|
|Address:||1932 Zippo Drive
Bradford, PA 16701
For GPS use Chestnut St. Extension
|Location:||Just off the US Route 219 Expressway
10 miles south of interstate 86
(Former NY-17), exit 23