Events

Beer Brewing & Garden Highlights

Brewing beer and maintaining a garden were critical to the lives of those living at Pennsbury Manor. Explore the sights, sounds, and smells of the recipes and plants that fed…

Weekly Living History Programs

Washington Crossing Historic Park 1112 River Road, Washington Crossing, PA, United States

Join us for a series of Living History programs that we will be conducting in the park on Fridays in April – June, and then Fridays and Saturdays in July…

Musket Firing Demonstrations Begin this Month

Washington Crossing State Park Visitors Center Museum - Titusville, NJ, us

Park historians Clay Craighead and Mark Sirak will begin doing Musket firing demonstrations on April 13th at 2pm!Musket demos will occur on most Saturdays (staffing and weather permitting) at 2pm…

Historic Trade Demonstrations

Come and witness some of the trades and crafts practiced at Pennsbury Manor during the 17th century. Our blacksmiths, joyners, and spinners will be eager to talk to you about…

Weekly Living History Programs

Washington Crossing Historic Park 1112 River Road, Washington Crossing, PA, United States

Join us for a series of Living History programs that we will be conducting in the park on Fridays in April – June, and then Fridays and Saturdays in July…

Musket Firing Demonstrations Begin this Month

Washington Crossing State Park Visitors Center Museum - Titusville, NJ, us

Park historians Clay Craighead and Mark Sirak will begin doing Musket firing demonstrations on April 13th at 2pm!Musket demos will occur on most Saturdays (staffing and weather permitting) at 2pm…

Battlefield Tour June 9, 2024

Princeton Battlefield 500 Mercer Street, Princeton, NJ, United States

Spend a Sunday afternoon at the Princeton Battlefield State Park and learn more about the Battle of Princeton, a battle that ended the “ten crucial days” of 1776-1777. Walk in…

Living History Theater

John Smith, a blacksmith at Pennsbury, ran away from his indenture in 1686. Why? Listen to John, Pennsbury’s acting steward, and William Penn’s neighbor to find out and hear what…