Located at 859 County Line Road in Horsham, PA 19044

30Nov
2019
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Christmas in the Colonies

Christmas in the Colonies

Joins us for Christmas in the Colonies! Tour the historic Keith House – decked out for the season – and learn about Christmas and holiday traditions in Colonial America from costumed interpreters. The Tapestry Historic Dance Ensemble will entertain you with with dance and music in the parlor, you’ll see what’s cooking in the kitchen […]

27Oct
2019
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Living History Sunday: Dress Like a Pirate Day

Living History Sunday: Dress Like a Pirate Day

Governor William Keith, the first owner of Graeme Park, helped to rid the port of Philadelphia from the scourge of Blackbeard the Pirate. Learn about piracy in the colonies and beyond.  Children and visitors are invited to dress in their best Pirate costume and partake in a hunt for hidden treasure.

15Sep
2019
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Living History Sunday: Children’s Day

Living History Sunday: Children’s Day

Children will have the opportunity to attend colonial school, write with quill pens, and play colonial games. The Living History demonstrations are free and house tours are $5/12+, and $3/3-11. Please note that this is a $1 discount on our regular $6 house tour for 12-64 year-olds. Tours will run at approximately 12:30, 1:30, and 2:30 pm.

16Jun
2019
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Living History Sunday: Tavern Games

Living History Sunday: Tavern Games

Bring Dad out to Graeme Park for a tour and Living History event featuring costumed interpreters playing various tavern games. We’ll be selling hot dogs, soft pretzels, beer and soda, or bring a picnic lunch. The Living History demonstrations are free, house tours are free for Dads, $5/12+, and $3/3-11. Please note that this is […]

19May
2019
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Living History Sunday: Keeping a Colonial Household

Living History Sunday: Keeping a Colonial Household

Keeping house in colonial times involved many activities we take for granted in today’s world. Lacking modern conveniences, our foremothers did all the washing, sewing, and spinning by hand. Meals were prepared at an open hearth from food grown or raised on the property, and beer and candles had to be produced in large quantities for even […]

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