FALL INTO HISTORY – Historic Site Tour

Fall Into History

What better way to spend a fall afternoon than traveling through scenic Berks, Chester, and Montgomery Counties to explore local historic sites?

Take part in a first-ever multi-historic site tour event for our local area.

Local Area historical societies, historical sites, and historical commissions will be welcoming guests at each individual site the weekend of SEPTEMBER 23 & 24.

This “self-paced” tour enables you to move from location to location of your choice between the hours of 11:00 AM-4:00 PM. At each location, you will have the opportunity to tour a designated area/exhibit at each site.

Participating in the tour are:

Tickets may be purchased here or in person at a participating historical society until September 20th at a discounted price of $10/personal vehicle (no limit on the number of persons). After September 20th tickets are $12/personal vehicle.

The ticket is good for both days of the tour and will admit all occupants of your vehicle. You will receive one map per vehicle (that is your “ticket”) showing the locations of all participating sites to help you plan your route. Each person in your vehicle will receive a brochure with information about each site.

Buy a ticket now by clicking here, or stop by a participating society to purchase your advance sale ticket, (or you can purchase your ticket on the day of the tour at your starting point).

*Please Note* This is not a guided tour. Full tours are available during normal business hours at each site.

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Making a Donation to the Historical Society

Please consider making a tax-free donation to the Historical Society of the Phoenixville Area. We are a PA non-profit corporation with an IRS status of 501(c)(3). We appreciate your support!


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