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European and American culture of the Schwenkfelders, a German Protestant sect. Local history of the region.
Pennsylvania German folklore and folkculture; local history items, agriculture, tools, costumes, 1820 and 1864 pipe organ, decorative arts, textiles, weaver's shop, hearth...
Country Creek Winery is nestled on a southern facing slope along the east branch of the Perkiomen Creek in Salford Township, PA. Situated in an old dairy barn circa 1856, the...
Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables all harvest from local area farms and brough straight to the farmers market. In addition to the produce the market also features flowers and...
See why it's fresher at the Quakertown Farmers Market. With more than 150 departments you're sure to find what you need. All the fruits and vegetables are fresh and straight from...
Features several natural trails, bee hives, bird blind, nature center and pavillion, several ponds and an arboretum.
Pennsylvania German Fraktur (illuminated writing), costumes, tools, 16th to 19th century bibles and books, glassware, quilts and coverlets, ceramics, pottery.
Since 2007, the farmers offer a great selection of produce, beef, poultry, pork, lamb, salmon, baked goods, hard and soft cheeses, artisan breads and much, much more. The...
Features collections of high wheel bikes, automobiles and trucks, rare sleighs and carriages. Stories of early vehicle craftsmen, automotive pioneers and innovators and more.
Enjoy fresh fruits and vegetables all from local area farms. The produce at the Indian Valley farmers market comes directly from the local area farms which means you're only...
Pennypacker Mills was the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family in the early 1900's. Today, the site is operated by the Montgomery County...
Family memorabilia, letters, books, photos, 18th to 20th century furnishings.
Come and enjoy organic and conventionally grown fruits and vegetables all from local area markets. In addition to the fresh produce the market also features baked goods, flowers,...
On land originally granted to William Penn and his father by King Charles II of England, German settlers began to settle into this area (known by the Lenni Lenape as “maguntsche”,...