2031 North Reading Road, Denver, PA, US, 17517

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  • Arts & Museums

    »Lerch Tavern

    The Lerch Tavern was constructed in 1797 and is a two-story rectangular-shaped structure built in limestone. Over the span of years, it has gained significance as a historic tavern and inn in Werners Ville. It is the headquarters to the Heidelberg Heritage Society. Provisions are made for guided tours and ample parking facilities to ensure the well-being of large groups. The tavern has period rooms furnished with stellar antiques and vintage belongings. It is an important museum and also home to a non-circulating reading library.

    182-184 West Pennsylvania Avenue
    Wernersville, PA 19565

    »People's Place Quilt Museum, The

    Located on the second floor of the historic Old Country Store, the People's Place Quilt Museum features nationally acclaimed exhibits of antique Amish quilts and decorative arts.

    3510 Old Philadelphia Pike (Route 340)
    Intercourse, Pennsylvania 17534

    »Reading Public Museum

    Supported in part by grants from the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Council of the Arts, this museum offers an array of mixed media work on a variety of arts, science, and civilization.

    500 Museum Road
    Reading, Pennsylvania 19611

    »Reading Society of Model Engineers, The

    Focusing on railroading and exhibits, this society museum is nestled on 25 acres and includes the 15 inch gauge Laurel Run Railroad, a large "O" scale model railroad, one inch and one and a half inch scale Live Steam railroads, and much more.

    P.O. Box 13011
    Reading, Pennsylvania 19611

    »Gemberling-Rex House

    Built in the 1700s by Paul Gemberling, one of the earliest German settlers in the community, the property Gemberling-Rex House comprises of the half-timbered house, a bake oven, a smoke house and an incompletely built stone barn. Located in Schaefferstown, within a township called Heidelberg, PA, the Rex House forms an important landmark and represents the village origins and underlying culture. Now managed and owned by Historic Schaefferstown, Inc it is open to public for informative tours every Tuesday from 1p to 4p.

    106 North Market Street
    Schaefferstown, PA 17088

    »Central Pennsylvania African-American Museum, The

    Housed in the oldest African American-owned church building in Reading and Berks County, a registered landmark and a stop on the Underground Railroad, the Central Pennsylvania African-American Museum establishes, preserves, and maintains a collection of objects, artifacts, papers, books, photographs, and more that document the history and culture of African Americans in the New World, with an emphasis on local and regional African American history and culture.

    119 North 10th Street
    Reading, Pennsylvania 19601

    »Landis Valley Museum

    A living history village and farm, Landis Valley Museum collects, preserves and interprets the history and culture of the Pennsylvania German rural community from 1740 to 1940. The museum is open from 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and on Sundays from 12:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.

    2451 Kissel Hill Road
    Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601

    »Mid Atlantic Air Museum

    Award-winning warbirds, classic airliners, and rare and unusual military and civilian aircraft and historical exhibits are showcased at this unique museum that is a major Reading tourist attraction.

    11 Museum Drive
    Reading, Pennsylvania 19605

    »Hands-on House, Children's Museum of Lancaster

    Designed for children ages two to ten, Hands-on House, Children

    721 Landis Valley Road
    Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17601

    »Americana Museum of Bird-In-Hand

    Exhibits at the Americana Museum of Bird-in-Hand include a barber shop, woodworking shop, tea parlor, print shop, millinery, toy store, blacksmith shop, tobacco shop, an apothecary, a wheelwright shop, and a country general store. Self-guided tours are offered throughout the day. This museum is typically open April through November from 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.

    2709 Old Philadelphia Pike (Route 340)
    Bird-In-Hand, Pennsylvania 17505

    »Amish Farm and House, The

    Opened in 1955, to offer correct information about the Amish, the Amish Farm and House is the oldest, most authentic Amish home open to the public in Lancaster County. A 45-minute guided tour of the Amish farmhouse, built in 1805, is available. Farmed since 1715, this 15-acre farm contains many historical buildings and items, including a one-room school house, tobacco shed and a stone bank barn.

    2395 Lincoln Highway East
    Lancaster, Pennsylvania 17602

    »Rough and Tumble Engineers Historical Association

    Open on Fridays and Saturdays from May through October, Rough and Tumble features many types of historical farming equipment, but also steam railroading and antique autos and trucks. Items you can see include kerosene and gasoline powered farm tractors, stationary engines, a full-size operating saw mill, and threshing machines. Special events are held throughout the year.

    4977 Lincoln Highway East; P.O. Box 9
    Paradise, Pennsylvania 17535
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