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Preserving the home of Conrad Weiser


OPEN Charter Day through the first weekend in December, on the first Sunday of every month, noon to 4 pm, plus regularly scheduled events. Special tours by appointment. CLOSED January and February.


The Conrad Weiser Homestead is Open on a limited basis.

Call 610-589-2934 for more information.

Special Summer Hours starting every Sunday from June to Labor Day Sunday. Noon to 4 P.M.


Charter Day 2015
March, 8 2015 | Noon to 4 PM
Largest Living History Event of the Year

Charter Day is our largest Living History Day of the season. The Homestead will host military units, both British and French, who will be demonstrating 18th century drill. There will be a Native American on site to answer visitor questions and Charlton Folk Art will be displaying 18th century reproduction folk art. There will be special one day exhibits to view. The Homestead bookstore is full of history based books and we are proud to be able to sell a line of redware products from Robesonia Redware, who crafts heirloom and museum quality redware items. Please come and join us for this opening day of our 2015 season. We hope to have in time for Charter Day redware eggs made especially for the Homestead by Robesonia Redware for 2015. These will be sold exclusively at the Homestead. We also will have on hand the Robesonia Redware Egg of the Year for 2015 for sale also. Hope to see you there.

Conrad Weiser Homestead Spring Lecture
March 22, 2015
| 2 p.m.

The Friends of Conrad Weiser Homestead are happy to announce our Spring Lecture topic. It is “Massacre of the Conestogas.” by Jack Brubaker from Lancaster Pa. Mr. Brubaker published a book in 2010 under the same title. The talk will go into detail about the Paxton Boys massacre of the Conestoga Indians in Lancaster County during the time period of the early 1760’s.

Please come out and support the Friends and learn more about this interesting time in Pennsylvania colonial history. The talk will be held in the Education Building and will start at 2 pm.

The Conrad Weiser Homestead is a Pennsylvania state historic site located in Womelsdorf, Berks County, Pennsylvania which interprets the life of Conrad Weiser. Weiser was an 18th century German immigrant who served as an Indian interpreter and who helped coordinate Pennsylvania's Indian policy. He played a major role in the history of colonial Pennsylvania. The Conrad Weiser Homestead is located on Rt. 422, within easy driving distance of Philadelphia, Lancaster, Hershey and Harrisburg. Come and enjoy this rural countryside dotted with the surviving period stone houses and traditional farms. The Conrad Weiser Homestead includes period buildings, and a new
orientation exhibit, on a 26-acre Olmsted-designed landscaped park.

Special Summer Hours starting every Sunday from June to Labor Day Sunday. Noon to 4 P.M.

Conrad Weiser Homestead
28 Weiser Lane
Womelsdorf, PA 19567


The site is administered by the PHMC and aided by the Friends of the Conrad Weiser Homestead.

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