The Masonic Village of the Grand Lodge of Free and Accepted Masons of Pennsylvania is on the s.w. edge of town on SR 241 at One Masonic Dr. The 1,400-acre scenic campus, which includes a retirement community and children's home, features many Gothic-style granite buildings dating to the early 1900s. Exhibits displayed in the cultural center depict the village's history.
An extensive model train layout, a farm market and miles of walking paths are other highlights. Unusual trees and plants are found in a 6.5-acre formal garden. An eternal flame monument to veterans also is on site.