Jimmy Stewart Museum

The Jimmy Stewart Museum is a definite must-see for film buffs and Jimmy fans alike! Over 6,000 visitors a year come to this one-of-a kind museum. We have had visitors from all 50 states and multiple countries from around the world. Jimmy Stewart’s legacy is alive and well in Indiana, PA and worth the visit to Stewart’s quaint hometown. There is so much to see and experience! Come and see for yourself what all the talk is about and learn about Jimmy Stewart’s wonderful life!


Find out what’s happening at the museum! Look up our weekly featured matinees and be on the lookout for new exhibits, special events, book signings, and celebrity appearances.

the Legacy

Partner with us to continue the legacy of Jimmy Stewart’s film career, military service & life story with future generations.  With your support we can continue our mission, expand our exhibits & create new educational programs

Our Store

Our Shop Around the Corner museum gift shop has something unique for everyone! We have movies, books, clothing, hats, movie posters, ornaments, drinkware, afghans, and much, much more!

James Maitland Stewart

The Jimmy Stewart Museum highlights the successful Hollywood career of Jimmy Stewart in movies, TV, theater, radio, and his life as a WWII military hero, civic leader, and family man. There are three large galleries, two smaller galleries, two rotating exhibit hallways, a vintage 50-seat theatre, and a unique gift shop. Showcased in the museum are vintage movie posters, pictures, movie costumes, props, military uniforms, awards, personal items, memorabilia, and so much more!

“Entering a building which houses a museum named after me is a privilege I could never have anticipated. I hope its visitors will enjoy their stay there. After all, they are the ones who really built it.”

A Note From Jimmy Stewart

This letter from Jimmy Stewart was sent in honor of the grand opening of The Jimmy Stewart Museum on May 20, 1995. Stewart was unable to attend the opening but sent his twin daughters Kelly Harcourt and Judy Merrill on his behalf. They read this letter from Jimmy to the audience attending the dedication ceremony.

What Recent Visitors Had To Say

The museum is a great tribute to one of Hollywood’s greatest…well worth the 3 hour drive we made…he was quite a man!

M. Josephson

One of the best, well cared for, and knowledgable staffed museums I have ever been to. Thank you all for a great day!

B. Brennon

As a fan and admirer of this great man, I was thrilled to visit this museum in his hometown! It’s a must for any Jimmy Stewart fan!

J. Richman

Upcoming Events

The museum shows a regular weekly matinee at 1 pm every day in our vintage theater featuring Jimmy Stewart films. We also show Jimmy Stewart biographies upon request. 

We feature rotating exhibits in our hallways and at the holidays we showcase a special It’s A Wonderful Life exhibit that is worth coming to see! Be on the lookout for exciting celebrity events from time to time. 

Don’t forget you can rent the museum for a special occasion, reception or meeting! 

Monthly Movie Schedule:
Check out our matinee movie calendar to see what’s playing in The Reschini Group Movie Theater! Find out more here.

Special Events:

May 17th – August 30th

Come experience an impressive collection of original paintings featuring major films and their composers by George Rothacker. This collection of paintings feature films such as Casablanca, Out of Africa, The Wizard of Oz, The Adventures of Robin Hood and Jimmy Stewart classics, It’s a Wonderful Life and Vertigo. Twelve films are featured in all. This exciting rotating exhibit is well worth a visit to the museum to see them through the end of August.


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James M. Stewart Museum Names new President

In front from left are Carson Greene Jr., interim president of the Jimmy Stewart Museum; Tim Kronenwetter, vice chairman of the board; Janie McKirgan, incoming president; and Lindsey Meola, secretary. In back, from left, Jerry...

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Monday – Saturday: 10 AM – 4 PM*
Sunday: 12 – 4 PM*

The Museum is closed on New Year’s Eve, New Year’s Day, Easter, Memorial Day, July 4th, Labor Day, Thanksgiving Day, Christmas Eve, and Christmas Day.



835 Philadelphia Street, Indiana, PA 15701