May 28th - 17th Century Militia Demonstration, Farm and Animal Tours, House and Garden Tours, and Colonial Games
May 29th -Farm and Animal Tours, House and Garden Tours, and Children's Sunday Storytime at 1:00 and 2:30. This week's story is "The Pen that Pa Built" by David Edwards. We will have a hands on activity plus a visit with Dandelion and Buttercup, our three week old lambs.
May 30th - We will be open for Memorial Day with Farm and Animal Tours, House and Garden Tours.
June 3rd - Fundraising Concert with "Black Horse Motel" - Click here for details. Click here for to hear Black Horse Motel.
Since 1974 the Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation has given visitors a glimpse of 18th century Pennsylvania farm life through group programming, weekend activities and outreach opportunities. Attention to detail and authenticity are the hallmarks of Plantation programs from formal tours and hands-on workshops to the “living history” approach seen by weekend visitors. Visiting the Plantation is an educational experience that is unique and unforgettable.
The Plantation is open to the general public on weekends and to groups by prior arrangements. Because the Plantation is a working farm with authentically restored unheated buildings, it is open from April into early December. No pets are allowed. Outreach programs are available year round. To plan your visit or outreach and discover more about the Plantation, use the links to the left of this page.
The Plantation is a non-profit educational corporation that qualifies under Section 501(c) 3 of the Internal Revenue Code and operates under lease agreement with the Pennsylvania Department of Conservation & Natural Resources.
TIME TO THINK ABOUT SUMMER CAMP!
(CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE 2016 SUMMER CAMP SCHEDULE) _________________________________________________________________________
Fall Fundraiser 2015 - Sponsors
Brock and Company
Premier Orthopedic and Sports Medicine
The Higgins Group
The Inn at Grace Winery