The parlor is furnished today like a typical parlor of years past. An operating pump organ is located near the front entrance.
A four-piece antique Victorian American mid-19th century parlor set adorns the room. The set was originally owned by a former resident of Kittanning.
The parlor is the home of an original 1878 panoramic landscape painting of Kittanning.
The parlor is also furnished with several other antique chairs in addition to a Rishell gramophone, record cabinet, library table, and other miscellaneous items typical to the Victorian era.
Two 19th century oil paintings done by a Kittanning resident are on display. Mid-19th century portraits of Thomas McConnell, whose family was the first to live in the McCain House, and other prominent citizens of Armstrong County hang on the parlor walls.