Szilagyi Center for the Visual and Performing Arts

20 Buffalo St., Rowlesburg

The Szilagyi Center for Visual and Performing Arts is the former Rowlesburg School. It now houses the Greatest Generation WWII Museum, a bridge exhibit on loan from the B & O Railroad, a pottery craft room, two sports museums, the Preston County 4-H museum, a room for quilters, a cafe, a catering kitchen and an auditorium. The building provides a venue for cultural and artistic events and festivals. This is the venue for the River City Festival in the spring and the Chestnut Festival in the fall and a Living History Weekend in June which features re-enactors from the WWII era.