‘Fall Into History’ With This Greater Philly Historical Site Tour
There’s nothing better than living in Pennsylvania during the Fall. Colorful leaves, festivals, Friday night lights, and seasonal produce make the brisk mornings and cool evenings a little more enjoyable. There’s something for everyone this time of year, and this weekend the history buffs will be sharing their stories in the first-ever Fall Into History Historical Site Tour.
Fall Into History
This brand-new event is going to be the first time certain locations will open to the public. Fancy a look at an 1800s woodworking mill in Boyertown? Well, you’ll be able to see all of the original equipment in this self-paced tour.
It’s happening this weekend on September 23 and 24 from 11:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. During this time, you’ll be able to visit 12 different historical sites spanning from Berks to Chester Counties.
All you need is a ticket purchased through one of the participating historical locations. The ticket price is $12.00 for the whole weekend. If you want to go with friends and family, the ticket grants you access to one personal vehicle, so pile in the minivan and learn more about your local history!
Once you claim your ticket, you’ll receive a map that takes you to each historical site. The collaboration of these locations is the first of its kind. Here’s the list of societies, commissions, and sites:
- Boyertown Area Historical Society
- East Vincent Historical Commission
- Historic Trappe
- Historical Society of the Phoenixville Area
- Lower Pottsgrove Historical Society
- Limerick Township Historical Society
- Pottstown Historical Society
- Pottsgrove Manor
- Spring-Ford Area Historical Society
Come out and support these local sites and volunteers. For more information about this historical site tour check out sfahs.com.