Located at 859 County Line Road in Horsham, PA 19044

09Jun
2024
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A painting of women in colonial dress tending a fire, spinning, and rolling out dough. Two small children play on the floor and a man is sitting at the table where the woman rolling dough is working

Living History Sunday: Colonial Chores

Join the servants at Graeme Park as we busily prepare for the Graeme family’s arrival to their summer home for the season. Cooking, cleaning, polishing, airing, and gardening all must take place to prepare for the Graeme’s to host and entertain their Philadelphia friends at their country estate here in Horsham. It’s all hands on deck […]

01May
2024
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Picture of the book The Treason of Betsy Ross and author Wendy Long Stanley. The text reads "Lunch & Learn: The Treason of Betsy Ross. Author talk with Wendy Long Stanley. May 1."

Lunch & Learn – The Treason of Betsy Ross

Join us as author Wendy Long Stanley presents the subject of her newest book – Betsy Ross. The audience will travel through the well-known streets of historic Philadelphia, down some of its seedier alleyways, into taverns, workrooms, residences, and houses of worship as Stanley paints a picture of Betsy’s environment during the few years leading […]

06Apr
2024
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Elizabeth, Earthquakes, and Eclipses

With the recent earthquake experienced in the Philadelphia area and the upcoming solar eclipse, I bet you were wondering if Elizabeth Graeme experienced either of these events in her lifetime. No? That’s OK, I get paid to wonder about such things. And the answer is “Yes.” In fact, a very strong earthquake struck New York […]

24Feb
2024
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A sepia-toned illustration of a group of people in 19th century clothing sitting around a table having a séance.

POSTPONED – The “Dead” of Winter – An Historical Séance

It’s the dead of winter, 1919, and you’re invited to join us for a theatrical, historically-based séance in the spooky, candlelit parlor of the Keith House at Graeme Park. The experience will be conducted in the style of an early 20th century séance when “mediums” and “psychics” took advantage of those for whom death was […]

23Feb
2024
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Celebrate Pennsylvania's 343rd Birthday. Picture of William Penn with party noisemaker.

Celebrate Pennsylvania’s 343rd Birthday with Us

The Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission (PHMC) will celebrate the Commonwealth’s 343rd birthday on Sunday, March 10, with free admission to many of the historic sites and museums along the Pennsylvania Trails of History and an exhibit of William Penn’s 1681 Charter at the Pennsylvania State Archives. Pennsylvania was created when England’s King Charles II […]