Museums
Jenkintown, Pennsylvania
Art
Glenside, Pennsylvania
Art
Abington, Pennsylvania
History, Nature Centers, Park, Science, Specialized
Briar Bush grounds feature over a mile of trails winding through a variety of natural habitats. Native plants and wild animals can be found here year round, especially at the Bird Observatory. The Museum is full of interactive exhibits, touch tables and play areas and is home to over 30 resident animals.
Warminster, Pennsylvania
Historic House, Historical Society
An 1840's restored manor house with exquisite Greek Revival architecture. Earlier wing has working cooking fireplace. Educational programs for young people a main focus. Also varying programs for adults. History focuses on John Fitch, steamboat inventor, Revolutionary War battle of Crooked Billet crossed this farm in 1778. Also William Tenent,founder of the Log College.
Horsham, Pennsylvania
Historic House
Graeme Park, a 42-acre estate, is home to the Keith House, the former residence of Pennsylvania colonial Governor, Sir William Keith, as well as a reconstructed summer kitchen and 19th century barn. The site features a nature trail and picnicing facilities and offers regular house tours.
Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania
Hatboro, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Fort Washington, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Fort Washington, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania
History, Historical Society
Same as under present Museum Info. Please add: The main project for the Society is the restoration and preservation of the Franklinville one-room school house. It is the last remaining one-room school house in the area open to the public.
Blue Bell, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Lansdale, Pennsylvania
History, Historical Society, Library

The Lansdale Historical Society operates from a two-building complex at 137-141 Jenkins Ave. One of the buildings - the Jenkins Homestead - is a Federalist style house that dates to 1770. The land was owned by the Jenkins family as far back as 1743. At one time the farmstead encompassed more than 120 acres - a tract larger than the Borough of Lansdale.

Gwynedd, Pennsylvania
History
Hatboro, Pennsylvania
Hartsville, Pennsylvania
Archaeology, History, Historic House, Historical Society, Library, Park
Many Philadelphians sought to emulate the English country estate tradition by constructing brick and stone formal houses in the countryside. Attorney John Moland had one such house on a plantation in the Northern Liberties, just above the current center city.
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Arboretum, Botanical Garden, Children's, Library, Science, University
More than 13,000 labeled plants of over 2,500 types are growing in the Arboretum’s living collection. These include representatives of the temperate floras of North America, Asia, and Europe. This historic collection traces its foundation to John Morris’s interest in plants from around the world, and includes plants collected in China by E.H. Wilson at the turn of the century.
Jenkintown, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Plymouth Meeting, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Oreland, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Fort Washington, Pennsylvania
History
Warrington, Pennsylvania
Jamison, Pennsylvania
Historical Society
Ambler, Pennsylvania
Historical Society