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Good Old Fashioned Clean: Five Facts about Colonial Soap by Kelly White

While colonists may not have bathed as often as most modern people, they still performed basic sanitary practices. Read on to learn about how 17th–century folk made soap.   1. Good Read More

Colonial Baby Names by Kelly White

As days grow longer and flowers open, spring is a time for joy and new life! So our thoughts today turn to welcoming a new life into the 17th-century home.  Read More

Colonial Hygiene – The Dirty Truth by Kelly White

Louis XIV, 17th-century king of France, is said to have only taken three baths in his entire life, but were colonists and other 17th-century folk really as filthy as some Read More

Colonial Pantry Raid! Food Preservation in the 17th Century by Kelly White

The ongoing Covid-19 quarantine has inspired folks to get creative, especially when it comes to cooking. As the lines in the grocery store grow longer and it becomes more difficult Read More

Bad Colonial Advice! Women’s Edition by Kelly White

March is Women’s History Month! A time to celebrate the accomplishments of women’s rights activists past and present, from suffragette Susan B. Anthony to author Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie. One author Read More

Bad Colonial Advice: Medicine Edition by Kelly White

There was no shortage of bad advice in colonial times, particularly when it came to medical care. Medical cures in the colonial era often seem hard to stomach for modern Read More

PA Governors’ Panel & Lunch

Get your Tickets HERE. Throughout 2018, Pennsbury Manor is commemorating the 300th anniversary of the death of William Penn, the founder and first governor of Pennsylvania. Reaching across government, civic affairs, religion, cultural diversity, and the natural world, Penn’s legacy is significant and worthy of…

Pennsbury Manor Celebrates Teacher Appreciation Week 2016

I can’t tell you how many times a visitor has said to me, “I remember coming here when I was in fourth grade!” And you know what? It never gets Read More

Volunteers: True “Friends” of Pennsbury Manor

This week we honor our volunteers; an integral part of Pennsbury Manor. Volunteers have had a tremendous impact on the site from the moment this program was first started. Our Read More

The Charter: Pennsylvania Turns 335

On March 13, Pennsbury Manor will be hosting Charter Day, a free event open to the public celebrating the 335th Anniversary of the Pennsylvania Charter. The free event allows visitors Read More