Graeme Park (pronounced GRAM) is a 42-acre historic park, featuring the Keith House, the only surviving residence of a Colonial Pennsylvania Governor. The mansion has remained virtually intact since the late 18th century. A visit to Graeme Park is nature trails, a picnic lunch, and a visit with the politicians, physicians, patriots, loyalists, poets, and writers who frequented the Keith House.
Graeme Park's natural wetlands and adjacent fields are home to many types of wildlife and harbor many native wild plants. On an early visit you can spot Great Blue Herons, Wild Turkey, Kingfishers, many types of Hawks, White Tale Deer as well as a wide variety of reptiles and amphibians.
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Donations will be used to aid in our educational programs and to help with preservation of the Keith House, which is a National Historic Landmark.
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