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  • Phone: (610) 326-6700
  • Fax: (610) 970-2665
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  • Attractions

    »Pottsgrove Manor

    Situated on only four acres of the original 1,000-acre plantation, Pottsgrove Manor is a perfect example of the early Georgian architecture popular with the wealthy English during the mid-18th century. Built for ironmaster and founder of Pottstown, John Potts, Pottsgrove Manor has been restored to recreate the era of when the Potts family lived here.

    100 West King Street
    Pottstown, Pennsylvania 19464

    »Pottstown Public Library

    Pottstown Public Library offers materials, programs, and services to people of all ages in the Pottstown area. Programs include children's story times, book clubs, information & entertainment programs, public Internet and word processing access, adult book clubs and informational programs, computer training/assistance and online resources. Passport processing and notary services are available by appointment.

    500 High Street
    Pottstown, Pennsylvania 19464

    »George Douglass House

    The George Douglass House or George Douglass Mansion was built in 1763 and was the home and store of colonial entrepreneur George Douglass and his family. This two and half story Georgian structure is one of the fine examples of this architecture. The Historic Preservation Trust of Berks County acquired the property in 1988 and has been restoring the historic landmark ever since.

    39 Old Swede Road
    Douglassville, PA 19518

    »Manatawny Creek Winery

    Situated along the banks of the Manatawny Creek on a 90-acre farm in Amityville, Manatawny Creek Winery is a family winery that produces a wide variety of wine styles. The tasting room is open Friday through Sunday.

    227 Levengood Road
    Pottstown, Pennsylvania 19518

    »Bahr Mill Complex

    A museum rich with history, the Bahr Mill Complex was built in 1897 to house Jacob Bahr’s woodworking and grit mill business. Today, the mill has been completely restored to give visitors a chance to view the historical equipment used by the family. Don’t forget to visit the museum shop on your way out and pick up some very cool souvenirs like the miniature hay rake exactly like the rake used by Lawrence Bahr. The mill is open only on summer weekends from 11:00a to 4:00p, and all other times by appointment.

    Ironstone Drive
    Colebrookdale Township, PA 19512

    »Pennhurst State School & Hospital

    Pennhurst State School & Hospital was once Pennsylvania's notorious state-run institution for the mentally handicapped. This massive red-brick campus covers 1400 acres (570 hectares) and is connected through a series of underground tunnels. In 1987, the hospital was forced to close down after allegations of patient abuse and neglect. Recent efforts to develop the property have included a recycling plant, art shows and ghost tours/exhibits. The hospital is on private property and trespassers will be prosecuted.

    100 Commonwealth Drive
    Spring City, PA 19475

    »Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site

    The Hopewell Furnace National Historic Site is a fine example of a typical iron plantation from the 1770s era. Here, you can explore the various historical buildings or drop-in at the Visitor Center for a briefing on this site. For details, check website.

    2 Mark Bird Lane
    Elverson, PA 19520

    »Isaac Hunsberger House

    The Isaac Hunsberger House is a beautiful historic house that dates back to 1827. Coming under the purview of the Limerick Township Historical Society, it was included in the U.S. National Register of Historic Places.

    545 West Ridge Pike
    Limerick, PA 19468

    »Warwick County Park

    Located four miles west of Route 100 off Route 23 in the village of Knauertown, the 538-acre Warwick County Park features a portion of the French Creek. A children

    382 County Park Road
    Pottstown, Pennsylvania 19465

    »Daniel Boone Homestead

    The birthplace of great American frontiersman Daniel Boone in 1734, this historic state site interprets the life of early English and German settlers in eastern Berks County. The site includes the Boone House, a blacksmith shop, bar, sawmill, the Bertolet Log House, a visitor's center, nature trails, and a picnic area.

    400 Daniel Boone Road
    Reading, Pennsylvania 19508

    »Warwick Furnace Farms

    As the name suggests, the Warwick Furnace Farms are the remnants of an ancient furnace and a farm house. Dating back to 1860s, it was an iron furnace; cannon balls that were casted here were used by the Revolutionary Army. It was included in the National Register of Historic Places in 1976.

    Warwick Furnace Road
    Knauertown, PA 19343

    »Henry Fisher House

    Spread over less than one acre of land, this residential home called the Henry Fisher House is a home that belonged to the fisher family. Designed in Georgian, Germanic and Federal styles of architectures the house was beautiful in it's appearance with the greenary around the place. This fresh environment home was also listed on the registers of National Historic Places in 1973.

    State Route 622
    Oley Township, PA 19547
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