Pennsbury Manor Craft Demonstrater

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Pennsbury Manor State Historic Site

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Two volunteers in historical clothing walk along the river garden pathway.

Pennsbury Manor is the reconstructed home of William Penn - prominent Quaker and founder of Pennsylvania! The quiet setting of this 43-acre estate offers a welcome relief from the hustle-and-bustle of modern life where visitors can experience 17th-century colonial life. During special events and on Sundays we offer the public period craft demonstrations, such as open hearth cooking, beer brewing, blacksmithing, joynery, medicine, laundry, flax & wool production and many more! All demonstrations are done in period clothing, which we provide for you, and there is no experience required! Wheather you'd like to learn one or multiple trades, contact us for more information today!

(NOTE: Some crafts require volunteers to be 18+ years of age)

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400 Pennsbury Memorial RoadMorrisville, PA 19067






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