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Historic Houses in Pennsylvania

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Find information about visiting and touring the historic homes and museums of Pennsylvania.
  • 1719 Hans Herr House Museum & Tours

    The oldest homestead in Lancaster County. Includes information on visitings, events, tours, education, history, shop and getting involved. https://www.facebook.com/hansherr.org

  • 1852 Herr Family Homestead

    Historic homestead administrated by the Amos Herr Foundation and Historical Society in Landisville Lancester County.

  • Betsy Ross House

    Historic home of the revolutionary women and American icon. Get details on tours and educational opportunities.

  • Conrad Weiser Homestead

    Museum focusing on Conrad Weiser who helped negotiate every major peace treaty between the colonial settlers in Pennsylvania and the Iroquois Nations from 1731 to 1958. Includes information on exhibitions, educational programs, virtual tour and map, photo gallery and visitor information.

  • Daniel Boone Homestead

    Get information on the historic programs and exhibits of the homestead, and the 579 acres of preserved open space.

  • Fairmount Park Historic Sites

    Touring information for the historic homes of the Fairmount Park area.

  • Glen Foerd on the Delaware

    Historic riverboat estate open for tours, offers a look into its past owners and look at life on the rivers edge.

  • Graeme Park

    House constructed around 1722 for Provincial Governor of Pennsylvania Sir William Keith. Includes information on visiting, membership, events, volunteering and site rental.

  • Hope Lodge Historic Site

    Historic house furnished in two historic time periods, the Colonial style 1743-1770 and the Colonial Revival style 1922-1953. Situated near Philadelphia.

  • Joseph Priestly House Museum

    Historic site preserving and interpreting the contribution to American history of Joseph Priestly, theologian, author and discoverer of oxygen. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Joseph-Priestley-House-Museum/183615968366918

  • Stenton

    1730s mansion of Georgian architecture sits on three acres of its original 500-acre plantation.

  • Wyck Home

    Offers an overview of the history of Wyck's owners, and of Philadelphia history.

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