Graeme Park

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

After just a few moments spent strolling the grounds of this historic Montgomery County site, visitors realize that they have stepped back – far back – in time. Upon entering the charming country house, visitors know this is a very special place. Built in 1722 by Governor William Keith, it is the Keystone State’s only surviving residence of a colonial governor. The property was acquired in 1739 by Keith son-in-law, Thomas Graeme, who extensively refurbished the mansion and named the estate Graeme Park.

Graeme Park
859 County Line Road
Horsham, Pennsylvania 19044
(215) 343-0965
TDD (800) 654-5984