The Bucks County Civil War Museum, residing within the historic Hall House, 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. Located in the heart of historic Bucks County, Pennsylvania, the Museum and Library resides in the quaint borough of Doylestown, the seat of the county. Rich in civil war history and the home of the famous 104th "Ringgold" Volunteers, Museum visitors can take in the town’s deep legacy of patriots in the town’s 19th century surroundings amongst bustling downtown commerce. The museum itself houses numerous rare or one-of-a-kind artifacts from the Civil War, with emphasis on the county's contribution. The library and research room houses thousands of books, periodicals, rare first- editions and databases for research and study. The museum and library, founded by the Bucks County Civil War Round Table serves as a center for the advancement of history and Civil War research and the preservation of Pennsylvania's participation in America's great conflict.