Pennsbury Manor

Pennsbury Manor

About Us

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.

We rely on our volunteers to help us keep the historic buildings and gardens in good repair, care for our farm animals, make period clothing, demonstrate historic crafts and trades, and give tours to visitors and school children. There’s something here for almost everyone, depending on their interests and schedules, so please contact us for further information!

Website: http://www.pennsburymanor.org/volunteers/volunteer-program/

We Care About

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Education
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Arts and Culture
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Animals

Contact Information

Hannah Howard
c-hahoward@pa.gov
215-946-0400