The Pennsbury Society
Pennsbury Manor is the 17th century recreated country estate of William Penn, founder and first governor of Pennsylvania. This 43 acre estate is situated on the banks of the Delaware River in scenic Bucks County, Pennsylvania. Guided tours of Pennsbury Manor include the elegant Manor House, bake and brew, workers cottage, joyner shop, blacksmith shop, gardens, and stables. Along with tours, Pennsbury Manor offers workshops, summer camps, and special events throughout the year. Open year round. For additional information on Pennsbury Manor please visit their website at www.pennsburymanor.org
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Shopping donations will be used to fund educational programs, which teach visitors about William Penn and life in the 17th Century.
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