Zippo Case Museum

Zippo/Case Museum

Visit the place where history meets fun!

Bradford, Pennsylvania is home not just to Zippo lighters and Case knives but also to a commitment to the craft and quality synonymous with “Made in America.” We invite you to visit the Zippo/Case Museum, where fans and collectors from across the globe gather to experience the rich history of these two American icons.

Come explore the 15,000 square foot attraction that includes the world famous Zippo Repair Clinic and Zippo/Case Store. Fourteen custom-made Zippo street lighters line the drive leading up to the building. Over the entrance towers a 40-foot Zippo lighter with pulsating neon flame, and an enormous Case Canoe three bladed pocketknife. Enjoy a self-guided tour to learn the rich history of two American icons.


•Handicap Accessible
•Restroom Facilities
•Free Bus Parking
•Open 7 days a week

Monday – Saturday 9 a.m. – 5 p.m.
Sunday 11 a.m. – 4 p.m.

Closed New Year's Day, Easter, Thanksgiving, and Christmas
1932 Zippo Drive
Bradford, PA 16701
For GPS use Chestnut St. Extension

Just off the US Route 219 Expressway
10 miles south of interstate 86
(Former NY-17), exit 23

Museum Exhibits That Will Spark Your Interest

Just like you don't forget your first Zippo lighter or Case knife, you won't forget your first visit to the Zippo Case Museum. You will experience exhibits like:

An ally for the Allies, an exploration of Zippo's contributions to the American effort in WWII.

The Greatest Supporting Actor of all Times, an illustration of each time a Zippo lighter is in the Hollywood spotlight.

It Works, or We Fix it Free, a glance into Zippo's famous repairs center.

Zippo Rocks!, a rocking collection of Zippo's role in music throughout the years.

America’s lighter loves America’s pastime. Zippo has released countless baseball-themed lighter designs over the years. And since 1999, baseball fans have been able to find their favorite major league team featured on their favorite windproof lighter.

Zippo even released a baseball-themed advertisement, circa 1944, which was drawn by popular cartoon artist Otto Soglow. His distinctive style used few, if any, words to tell a story in a short strip and introduced the windproof lighter into the story in an unexpected and humorous way.

Zippo paid tribute to three of the most beloved baseball stadiums in the country in with the 2004 Major League Baseball Stadium Collection. Featuring Fenway Park, home of the Boston Red Sox, the Chicago Cub’s Wrigley Field, and Yankee Stadium, the pride and joy of every New York Yankee’s fan, each collectible included the special lighter, which had a two piece emblem of the team logo in enamel and its home stadium below, and a special baseball trading card for the stadium with fun stats.