Nestled on 42 tranquil acres in the heart of Suburban Philadelphia, Graeme Park offers the visitor a quiet respite from everyday life. Situated on County Line Road, near Rte. 611 in Horsham, it is easily accessible, yet set far enough away from traffic and modern day noise to transport the visitor back to a simpler time.
For the history enthusiast, there is an intriguing and colorful past associated with the Keith House and its occupants. The story beings in 1721 and is filled with fascinating people and their lives from our nation’s earliest days through the 20th century. The house itself is a National Historic Landmark and has remained virtually intact since the late 18th century with original woodwork and paint finishes in some of the rooms.
Nature fans will find that a visit to Graeme Park offers something for them too. With its open areas, stream, pond, and trails through the woods, guests are able to enjoy the splendor of every season. The area is home to many native species of plants and trees which offer their own spectacular show of color, especially in the spring and fall. Wildlife is abundant and the grounds are home to a variety of great blue herons, wild turkey, white tail deer and fox, to name a few. An assortment of birds, reptiles and amphibians also reside in this peaceful setting. Artists and photographers find countless subjects for their work at Graeme Park, from the simplistic beauty of the house and its tranquil setting to the flora and fauna which abound.
A visit to Graeme Park offers something for everyone and we invite you to step back in time and come see for yourself!
For a map and directions to Graeme Park, click HERE.
|Copyrighted by Friends of Graeme Park 2011|