More Than Buggies & Hex Signs: Who Were The Schwenkfelders?

Visitors coming to Pennsylvania from outside the state often associate Pennsylvania Dutch culture with the Amish of Lancaster County, sometimes … Continue reading

Hessian Powder Magazine is all that remains of major Revolutionary War logistics base at Carlisle Barracks

Legend has it this structure was built by Hessian prisoners captured by George Washington during his famous raid on Trenton … Continue reading

Berks History Conference will explore Pennsylvania Dutch roots of county

Sime B. Bertolet, Berks History Center executive director, said the event will be about the influence of Pennsylvania Germans. The … Continue reading

Pennsylvania Dutch Country Historical Attractions

Adams County American Civil War Museum Utilizing artifacts, historical documents, interactive displays, and 3-D productions, visitors will gain a better … Continue reading

Celebrate Pennsylvania Dutch impact across country at the Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum

See Pennsylvania Dutch folk art and learn how the culture spread across the nation at Lehigh Valley Heritage Museum’s new … Continue reading