Pennsbury offers two exciting weeks of summer camp that are sure to intrigue, delight and educate your child.
Their programs are designed by education specialists, ensuring that all campers receive the most rewarding and immersive experience for their age group.
From the historic Manor House to the working Kitchen House, and from the flourishing Kitchen Garden to the stables, campers will explore and learn from the entire site and a talented team of living history experts.
There are two camp options: Colonial Camp (July 11th through 15th) for ages 6 to 8 and Time Travelers (July 18th through 22nd) for ages 9 to 12.
Pennsbury Manor is a reconstruction of William Penn’s country estate set on 43 picturesque acres along the Delaware River in Morrisville.
It is the only historic site in the country devoted to studying the lives of William and Hannah Penn, their contributions to Pennsylvania, and their impact on American history.
Their mission is to provide quality educational programming to children in the community by bringing history to life through colonial interpreters, interactive programs, and community events.
Both summer camp sessions are $265, or $235 for members of the Pennsbury Society.
Please visit PennsburyManor.org or call 215-946-0400 for more information.
Pennsbury Manor is administered by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission with the assistance of The Pennsbury Society, a non-profit support organization.
The Pennsbury Society is dedicated to preserving the historical significance of William Penn and the site, and to providing quality educational programming.
Consider becoming a member today and help support local school programs, as well as over 80 different cultural programs per year.
Pennsbury Society members also receive special benefits including invitations to members-only events. For more information visit PennsburyManor.org.
PHOTO CAP: Pennsbury Manor campers get their hands dirty in the kitchen garden picking carrots.