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Discover Pennsylvaniaâs celebrated peacemaker. A Colonial diplomat, Weiser is credited with maintaining peace with the powerful Iroquois Confederacy. His 1729 homestead, spring house and family gravesite are well preserved in an early 20th-century landscaped park. Programs include living history, candlelight tours, reenactments, military encampments and lectures. Visitor services include guided house tours, an orientation exhibit and film and a museum store. Operated in partnership with the Friends of Conrad Weiser Homestead.
Buildings and exhibits, June 2 - Sept 1:
|SUN:||12:00 noon - 4:00 pm|
The site is also open during scheduled events (current schedule).
|MON:||dawn until dusk|
|TUE:||dawn until dusk|
|WED:||dawn until dusk|
|THU:||dawn until dusk|
|FRI:||dawn until dusk|
|SAT:||dawn until dusk|
|SUN:||dawn until dusk|
Events: Free unless otherwise noted (donations gladly accepted)
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