Pantego Historical Museum

On the National   Registry!


Pantego Historical Museum is housed in the former Pantego Male and Female Academy building.  Built circa 1874, with addition in 1907 when it became Pantego High School.  The building is on the National Register of Historic Places. 

Below is the Pantego Jail circa 1880. It was moved to the site from its original home beside Pantego Creek, becoming our second historical building. 

The third building of the museum complex is the office of George D. Old.  He was the first president of The Male and Female Academy.  A very active citizen of the village, he was a lumberman well-known for his support of the Academy.