→ At Weiser and Boone homesteads, they’re remaking history | WEEKEND
The French and Indian War will be returning this Sunday from noon to 4 p.m. at the Conrad Weiser and Daniel Boone Homesteads in Berks County as part of the state’s Charter Day. PA Trails of History Sites and Museums across the state will be offering FREE admission on Sunday, March 4 in celebration of the the day in 1681 that William Penn received the charter contract of Pennsylvania from Britain’s King Charles II.
Go here for more information about these fun and educational FREE events.
Participating museums and historic sites in the PA Dutch Country region include:
→ Pennsbury Manor prepping for festive Holly Nights celebration - Bucks County Courier Times
Experience the enchantment of Pennsbury Manor by candlelight. Enjoy crackling bonfires, carolers, candlelit tours of the Manor ...
CHARLES the Second, by the Grace of God, King of England, Scotland, France, and Ireland, Defender of the Faith, &c. To all whom these presents shall come, Greets. WHEREAS Our ...
→ Did forts once stand along the Blue Mountain in Berks County?
→ Homestead Recreating 18th Century Christmas - Pottstown Post
Watch out kids because Belsnickel's going to show up!
12/7: A Homestead Christmas 12-4pm
Admission Adult (13+) $6.00, Child (5-12) $4.00. FDBH members free, ...
Penn’s Treaty with the Indians by Edward Hicks
Pennsbury Manor prepping for festive Holly Nights celebration
Charter for the Province of Pennsylvania – 1681
Did forts once stand along the Blue Mountain in Berks County?
Birdsboro’s Daniel Boone Homestead Recreating 18th Century Christmas
The Birth of Pennsylvania 1680 by Jean Leon Gerome Ferris
William Penn’s Treaty with the Indians by Benjamin West
William Penn in armor in 1666 at age 22