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Historic Yellow Springs
1685 Art School Rd, Chester Springs, PA, 19425, United States
The mission of Historic Yellow Springs is to share, preserve, and celebrate the unique living village of Yellow Springs.  Focusing on history, arts, education, and the environment, Historic Yellow Springs enriches the lives of all who come here.
7.3 miles Open Space
Brandywine Battlefield Park
Route 1 , Chadds Ford, PA, 19317, United States
The Battle of Brandywine and the American Revolution are presented in the park's modern Visitor Center. On exhibit are uniforms, rifles, canon and other weapons. An 18 minute film presentation tells the story of the battle in the context of the Philadelphia Campaign...
12.7 miles Open Space
Historic RittenhouseTown
206 Lincoln Drive, Philadelphia, PA, 19144, United States
At the heart of the thriving early industrial community known as RittenhouseTown, the first paper mill in British North America built by William Rittenhouse and his son, Nicholas, occupied the north bank of the Monoshone Creek. A second mill, Homestead and Bake...
17.1 miles Open Space
RittenhouseTown
206 Lincoln Drive , Philadelphia, PA, 19144, United States
At the heart of the thriving early industrial community known as RittenhouseTown, the first paper mill in British North America built by William Rittenhouse and his son, Nicholas, occupied the north bank of the Monoshone Creek.For the next 200 years, while eight...
17.1 miles Open Space
Coverdale Farm
543 Way Road, Greenville, DE, 19807, United States
In 1998, the Delaware Nature Society received 229 acres from the Old Kennett Foundation to add to its Burrows Run Preserve and launch plans for creating a 19th century operating farm as an educational resource. The farm complex includes a stone bank barn built in the...
17.2 miles Open Space
Mennonite Heritage Center
565 Yoder Road, Harleysville, PA, 19438, United States
Our mission is to collect, preserve, and interpret the Anabaptist-Mennonite heritage in order to educate, inspire, and witness to the church and broader community.
18.8 miles Open Space
Berks County Heritage Center
1102 Red Bridge Rd., Reading, PA, 19605, United States
The Berks County Heritage Center is a historical interpretive complex commemorating important eras of our cultural history. The Gruber Wagon Works, a National Historic Landmark, the C. Howard Hiester Canal Center, Wertz's Covered Bridge, Melcher's Grist Mill, Deppen...
34.2 miles Open Space
Burlington County Historical Society Museums
451 High Street, Burlington City, NJ, 08016, United States
What famous American author created the characters Hawkeye and Natty Bumpo? Who uttered the immortal words "Don't give up the ship!" during heated battle in the War of 1812? Is it true that jinrickshaws, man-powered carriages, were produced in Burlington, New Jersey...
34.7 miles Open Space
Historic Fallsington
4 Yardley Avenue, Fallsington, PA, 19054, United States
Nestled in the southeastern corner of Pennsylvania, just north of Philadelphia, at the falls of the Delaware River, the Village had retained its 18th Century character as a seat of Quaker living, worship, and commerce, until the early 1950’s. Then development in...
38.0 miles Open Space
Washington Crossing Historic Park
1112 River Hi, Washington Crossing, PA, 18977, United States
Washington Crossing Historic Park is a 500-acre (2 km²) site operated by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission that is part of Washington's Crossing, a U.S. National Historic Landmark area. The park is headquartered in the village of Washington Crossing...
38.1 miles Open Space
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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