Bucks County
Pennsbury Manor



Think you know all there is to know about Bucks County? Test yourself or your friends with the trivia questions below?

In what year was the original Pennsbury Manor built?
Pennsbury Manor was completed in 1683 and was the American home to Pennsylvania's founder, William Penn, up until 1701. The original buildings on this estate were completely gone by 1864 when the final building, the Bake and Brew House, was taken down.

When did the Manor Home that you can tour today open to the public?
The reconstruction of Pennsbury Manor began in 1937 and the home was opened to the public as a memorial park in 1939.

Held every December, what is the name of Pennsbury Manor's annual candlelight tours? 
Holly Nights. A community tradition for over 25 years, this joyous feast for the senses offers crackling fires, hot-mulled cider, dancing shadows, and the merry sounds of carolers strolling the grounds. So gather friends and family. Come toss a green sprig on our Yule log bonfire, make your wish for the coming New Year. Step back into the glow of torches, candles, and luminaries...the bustle of colonial craftspeople (always happy to chat, mind you!)...the good cheer of noels and wassailing songs ... and - if Old Man Winter wills it - the crunch of frosty pathways underfoot.

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