Graeme Park

Graeme Park The only surviving residence of one of Pennsylvania's colonial-era governors.
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42-acre park with the historic Keith House, nature trails, picnic tables, a pond, a stream and abundant wildlife.

01/16/2020
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The latest Graeme Park Gazette is available online. Should be in the mail to members shortly. -https://www.graemepark.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/Janmar2020.pdf

As Christmas and New Year's fall on Wednesdays this year, Graeme Park will be open our regular Friday-Sunday hours.
12/19/2019

As Christmas and New Year's fall on Wednesdays this year, Graeme Park will be open our regular Friday-Sunday hours.

Our Graeme Park ornaments are in! They're 24k gold-plated brass and feature the Keith House. We're offering an introduct...
12/14/2019

Our Graeme Park ornaments are in! They're 24k gold-plated brass and feature the Keith House. We're offering an introductory special through the end of the year of $21 (regularly $26). Purchase in our museum shop which is open Fridays-Saturdays 10-4 and Sundays 12-4.

11/29/2019

Graeme Park is closed today, Friday Nov. 29, while we prepare for Christmas in the Colonies. Please join us for a special candlelit Christmas tour and craft fair tomorrow starting at 3 pm.

11/02/2019

We have power back and will be open for tours tomorrow from 12-3.

11/02/2019

Graeme Park is closed today due to a power outage.

Graeme Park has been taken over by Pirates! Come out to our Living History until 3 pm today.
10/27/2019

Graeme Park has been taken over by Pirates! Come out to our Living History until 3 pm today.

10/18/2019

If you have tickets for tonight's Halloween Tour, remember we're collecting for the Vorhees Animal Orphanage.

10/13/2019
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Our October-December newsletter is now available online.https://www.graemepark.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/OctDec.pdf

The Marsh Mallows are in bloom in our herb garden. The pink is the more traditional, the red is some sort of hybrid. The...
07/27/2019

The Marsh Mallows are in bloom in our herb garden. The pink is the more traditional, the red is some sort of hybrid. They're related to Hibiscus. The ancient Egyptians used the roots and sap to create a sweet treat for their gods and Pharaohs; in the 1800s the French whipped the sap with egg whites and sweetener to create something along the lines of our modern day marshmallow candy.

06/28/2019
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The July - September Newsletter is online now. Coming to a mailbox near you soon. -https://www.graemepark.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/JulSept.pdf

Thanks to City Suburban News for featuring our Independence Day event on page 6 of their latest publication. We'll be re...
06/22/2019
City Suburban News 6_19_19 issue

Thanks to City Suburban News for featuring our Independence Day event on page 6 of their latest publication. We'll be reading the Declaration at 1 pm.

City Suburban News, Year 34, No. 41, June 19 - June 25, 2019 issue. Free weekly community newspaper covering the Philadelphia/Main Line area.

06/02/2019

Our phone lines are down today. If you need to reach us about the Antiques Appraisal event, or anything else important, please call Beth's cell at 215-915-9453. You can also email us at [email protected]

That time you posted about Elizabeth Graeme's chair on Instagram and got a reply from Leigh Keno of Antiques Roadshow! T...
05/05/2019

That time you posted about Elizabeth Graeme's chair on Instagram and got a reply from Leigh Keno of Antiques Roadshow! This ad was from 1998, so he has an impressive memory, and/or this was an impressive chair!

Silly Goose (Geese)!
05/04/2019

Silly Goose (Geese)!

It's not too early to make your Mother's Day reservations!
04/13/2019
Mother's Day Breakfast at Graeme Park

It's not too early to make your Mother's Day reservations!

Check out the latest community post from one of your neighbors. (The views expressed in this post are the author’s own.)

04/07/2019
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The April-June newsletter is available online. Will be in the mail when we get it back from the printer. -https://www.graemepark.org/wp-content/uploads/2014/10/AprJunR.pdf

Graeme Park's cover photo
03/31/2019

Graeme Park's cover photo

March 2019 Snow
03/01/2019

March 2019 Snow

Today would have been Elizabeth's 282nd Birthday. Her friend Dr. Benjamin Rush described her as a "glittering gossip" an...
02/03/2019

Today would have been Elizabeth's 282nd Birthday. Her friend Dr. Benjamin Rush described her as a "glittering gossip" and the illustration, by Benjamin West, shows her in conversation with Francis Hopkinson.

Sounds interesting.
02/02/2019

Sounds interesting.

We're very excited about our upcoming exhibit, "Leeches, Purging, and Magic: The Care and Healing of the Colonial Body"! It opens at our Dusty Attic, Creepy Cellar Open House on Saturday, April 6. Mark your calendars!

Graeme Park will be closed from December 24 - January 3 for the Holidays.
12/21/2018

Graeme Park will be closed from December 24 - January 3 for the Holidays.

12/21/2018

Saw a blue heron when I got in this morning - so our dearly departed had a friend or relative here at least.

12/16/2018

We are sad to report that our blue heron has passed away.

Graeme Park's cover photo
12/16/2018

Graeme Park's cover photo

12/14/2018

We'll be brewing up some holiday cheer on Sunday. Stop in if you want to see how it's done.

The Tapestry Historic Dance Ensemble performing at last night's Christmas in the Colonies event.
11/25/2018

The Tapestry Historic Dance Ensemble performing at last night's Christmas in the Colonies event.

Address

859 County Line Rd
Horsham, PA
19044

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Opening Hours

Friday 10:00 - 16:00
Saturday 10:00 - 16:00
Sunday 12:00 - 16:00

Telephone

(215) 343-0965

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Graeme Park

Graeme Park is a 42-acre park which features the historic Keith House, nature trails, picnic tables, a pond, a stream and abundant wildlife. The Keith House, built c. 1722, is a National Historic Landmark and the only surviving home of one of Pennsylvania’s colonial era governors, Sir William Keith. The interior, upgraded by the second owner, Dr. Thomas Graeme, features original paint, paneling and other architectural features dating from the mid-1700s. The residence was also home to the writer, Elizabeth Graeme Fergusson, whose husband’s loyalties during the American Revolution would cause her great pain, suffering, and loss, but would also demonstrate her strength, intelligence, and resilience. Tours of the residence are offered Fridays - Saturday 10 am - 3 pm and Sundays 12 noon - 3 pm.

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Wonderful event! We had a Ball!
The Tapestry Historic Dancers are practicing - in partial costume - for the site's Colonial Christmas evening on Nov. 30th - and we'll look a lot more formal than this!! With those formal side hoops ladies have a totally new concept of "personal space".
Which paranormal group is running the Investigations?
By overwhelming demand, few more spots have been added to our Haunted Lantern Tours and Mini-Paranormal Investigations on October 18 & 25. Get them before they sell out!👻
Learn about the early history of paper money in the American colonies on 9/21 in Warminster! https://www.facebook.com/events/1314111985421392/
Revolutionary War Reenactment in Hartsville Bucks County on August 17th. See event page for more details! https://www.facebook.com/events/336827147233031/
Supposedly this is the Tapestry Historic Dancers at the Christmas in the Colonies Evening ---or--is it the 18th century ghosts dancing?
The Tapestry Dancers are looking forward to joining you all for a lovely evening!
Tapestry Historic Dance Ensemble brought the dances of the colonial era to life at the Christmas in the Colonies evening.
Had a great time at Saturdays Event....