Welcome to Meadville

Located in Northwest Pennsylvania, Meadville was settled in 1788, by David Mead and nine others in the rich farmlands of the French Creek Valley. Incorporated in 1823 as a borough and a City in 1866, it was designated the Crawford County seat in 1880. Today, Meadville is home to more than 13,000 full-time residents and centers on historic Diamond Park. This tour introduces you to the historic and modern sites of business, industry, education, the arts, recreation, service and tourism that tell of the city’s past achievements and its bright future.

Acknowledgements:
The Crawford County Historical Society
Meadville-Western Crawford County Chamber of Commerce

The Market House

Since its construction in 1870, the traditional exchange of products between the farmers and townspeople at the Market House has remained strikingly similar due to the efforts of the Meadville community to sustain and protect the building and its…