Henry Mercer’s concrete castle home, completed in 1912. More than 40 rooms, 18 fireplaces, interior walls, floors, and ceilings adorned with handcrafted tiles. Picnic area.
Visit the estates of Andalusia, Pennsbury Manor, Grundy Mansion or Glen Foerd. Bus tour with step-on guide and lunch. Grundy Mansion available upon request.
Once the home of Senator Joseph Grundy. It offers a Victorian experience which includes a collection of furnishings and objects owned by the Grundy Family.
Step back in time when entering this six-story concrete castle housing over 40,000 artifacts of early America. See a Conestoga wagon, horse-drawn carriage and much more.
A National Historic Landmark, maintained as a "working history" museum producing decorative tiles and mosaics as made by Henry C. Mercer. Tile shop on site.
Tours of this 18th century home illustrate five generations of Parry lifestyle. Artwork and furnishings reflect 125 years of decorative change from 1775 to 1900.
Guided tours of the Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning author's circa 1825 farmhouse and intact collection on a picturesque 68-acre estate. Seasonal special exhibits.Â