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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.
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For program information, please contact our events coordinator, Beth MacCausland, 215-915-9453
A Soldier's Christmas
On Saturday, November 29 the grounds and first floor of the Keith House at Graeme Park will be open for free tours from 11:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. with soldiers representing different wars encamped on the property demonstrating how Christmas was celebrated on the battlefront during different eras throughout our history. The Revolutionary War, Civil War, World Wars I and II will be represented along with modern-era wars. Crafts, gift items, ornaments and refreshments will be available for purchase in the Visitors’ Center. We will also be collecting items at this event to send to active-duty military serving overseas during the holiday season. Items we’re collecting include:
Join us for two Fall eventsOctober 24 - Moonlight Tales - Paranormal investigator Laurie Hull, author of Supernatural Pennsylvania and several other books on local haunted places, and tour guide for Grim Philadelphia, will be on hand to tell spooky stories in the spooky, dark Keith House. Performances at 7 p.m. and 8 p.m. $15/person includes refreshments. Ticket sales begin at 6:00 PM.
October 26 - Mini-Moonlight - Children's Halloween program featuring story, craft and ice cream sundae bar and other snacks. Ages 4-9 must be accompanied by an adult. $10/person. 2 p.m. Costumes encouraged.
Reservations suggested. Please contact Beth MacCausland 215-915-9453.
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