Pennsbury Manor

On the Trail of History is a series of brief descriptions of PHMC's historic sites and museums.

In bucolic Bucks County, visitors discover Pennsbury Manor, the re-created country house of William Penn. Construction of the original manor house overlooking the Delaware River began in 1682. today, This historic site welcomes visitors with special tours, programs, and classes illustrating traditional skills and crafts, such as open hearth cooking, gardening, and sheep shearing. Pennsbury Manor, situated on forty-three acres, interprets life on the eight thousand acre estate which once served as the heart of the founder’s beloved “Holy Experiment.”

Pennsbury Manor
400 Pennsbury Memorial Lane
Morrisville, Pennsylvania 19067
(215) 946-0400
TDD (800) 654-5984