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The tour starts off with a 15 minute orientation video which was good. The tour of the house was very interesting. The house is a reconstruction. Our guide was very informative. The visitors center has an exhibit with a lot of information about William Penn....More
Pennsbury Manor is a fantastic place to have a wedding. My God Daughter got married to her husband there. Not only is the outside kept up but the food and hors d’oeuvres are absolutely wonderful. I have many pictures of the weeding and family.
This tour was very informative. We went at the 1:30 tour. The lady knew a lot of information regarding the tour. She kept it interesting for the children. I definitely plan on coming back. I learned something new! It’s very interesting to hear about William...More
This is a wonderful place to see and learn what life might have been like for William Penn and his family in colonial times. Spend a good hour viewing the indoor exhibits at the Visitor Center, another half hour watching the video, and take 1...More
This home is a reconstruction of the home Penn built while living in the Pennsylvania colony. It is situated along the Delaware river, and is a working farm. Visitors get a feel for life in the colony during Penn's time. The museum does a wonderful...More
If you're a Pennsylvania resident, a trip to Pennsbury Manor will help you learn your PA heritage!
From his dealings with the local Indian tribes to the Declaration of Independence, your informed and engaging tour guide will teach you what was ignored in school. At...More
First I want to point out that the site is a reconstruction of William Penn's home and was designed and built during the Colonial Revival period, so it is hard to say whether there is much accuracy in the bulidings themselves, and in fact there...More
William Penn wasn't just the first governor if Pennsylvania. He started an American movement that carried on through the signing of the Declaration of Independence.
His rebuilt home and other properties are on display with three formal tours each day. We walked the grounds as...More
The reconstructed 1682 manor house and estate of William Penn founder of Pennsylvania is well worth a visit. The house is sited on its original foundations fronting on the Delaware River. Before touring the estate, we viewed the video in the visitor’s center and listing...More
Pennsbury Manor was the country home of William Penn. It sits on the Delaware River, about 30 mile north of Philadelphia. It was a working estate with animals, fruit trees, crops to sustain the estate. The tour of the grounds and manor house, included with...More