SCHWENKSVILLE – Pennypacker Mills invitations guests to its new exhibit, “Greetings from Schwenksville,” working now via January 2022. The exhibit options pictures from the gathering of Pennypacker Mills, exhibiting Schwenksville and the encompassing space on the turn-of-the-twentieth century when it was thought-about a resort city. This was the heyday of the Perkiomen Railroad which boasted 4 journeys a day to carry each folks and freight to the world. One of many main points of interest was the Perkiomen Creek. A few of these pictures have been featured on postcards, stereographs and even plates, together with ones of Pennypacker Mills.
To ebook a guided tour of Pennypacker Mills to see the “Greeting from Schwenksville” exhibit, name (610) 287-9349 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org upfront. All excursions have to be confirmed by a employees member.
Guests are required to put on a masks and follow social distancing. Group excursions are restricted to 10 folks most. The exhibit is situated in two second ground galleries. These unable to make it to the location, or those that are interested by understanding extra can visit the exhibit website right here.
About Pennypacker Mills
Searching for an attention-grabbing place to go to that’s near house? Pennypacker Mills is the reply! This historic website is open year-round without spending a dime guided excursions of the house of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel Pennypacker and his household. Recognized for its assortment of 18th and 19th century ornamental arts, furnishings, private and official paperwork, the story of this well-known Pennsylvania household displays the lives of those that lived in Montgomery County within the early 1900s.
Pennypacker Mills is open Tuesdays via Saturdays: 10 a.m. to four p.m.; Sundays: 1 to four p.m., with the final tour at three p.m. every day. The positioning is closed on Mondays and county holidays. Excursions take roughly one hour and are free, with a prompt donation of $2 per particular person.
Pennypacker Mills is operated by the Montgomery County Division of Parks, Trails, and Historic Websites. Pennypacker Mills is situated off Route 73 (Skippack Pike) at 5 Haldeman Street, Schwenksville, PA 19473. Comply with Pennypacker Mills on Fb.