The museum collection was housed in a building that was damaged during a storm in June 2015. Fortunately, artifacts were unharmed and have been safely stored off site. The story of the Treaty is not, however, silenced.
School visits that are aligned with the State of Pennsylvania Curriculum Standards for History are ongoing.

The museum illuminated the Bob Haozous sculpture that is a symbol of peace and friendship. The sculpture, difficult to see during the day, was impossible to see at night. Now it is a glowing tribute to the brief time that Native Americans and newly arrived Europeans lived in harmony.

The museum continues to create audio tours that are available on a smart phone to highlight objects in the Penn Treaty Park that relate to the Treaty of Friendship.