The Millbrook Society is a nonprofit historic preservation organization in Hatboro. The Society promotes historical…More education through presentations, research, reenacting and archaeology, with a primary focus on the local history of Bucks and eastern Montgomery Counties. The Society meets weekly at the Hatboro Baptist Church on North York Road, where the Society also operates the Amy B. Yerkes museum of local history.
The Society's mailing address is: P.O. Box 506, Hatboro, PA 19040.
Penrose Strawbridge House 900 Governor Rd, Horsham, PA19044 Built in 1721, The Penrose Strawbridge House is a historic farm home located on a 102 acre property in…More Horsham. The house is being restored by the Horsham Preservation and Historical Association. Visit the Penrose Strawbridge House webpage for more information about the property's history.
Graeme Park 859 County Line Rd, Horsham, PA19044 Graeme Park, a National Historic Landmark, located just off Easton Road, offers something for every interest. For the…More nature lover, the park's trails, picnicking area, wooden footbridge and pond are a welcoming and aesthetically pleasing sight. For history buffs, a visit to the Keith House - the only remaining residence of a colonial Pennsylvania governor - offers insight into yesteryear. The house has retained many of its historical attributes, dating back to the 18th century, and features original woodwork and paint finishes.