Conrad Weiser Homestead is .5 mi. e. on US 422. The frontier stone home was built by Conrad Weiser, Colonial interpreter and peacemaker during the French and Indian War. The parklike 26-acre estate was designed by the sons of renowned landscape architect Frederick L. Olmsted. Two monuments and the family cemetery are on the grounds.
Guided tours are available. Picnicking is permitted.
Grounds open daily dawn-dusk. House, Wed. and Sat. 10-4, Sun. noon-4, June-Aug.; Sun. noon-4, Mar.-May and Sept.-Oct. Guided living history tours are offered one Sun. each month, Mar.-Oct.; phone for tour schedule. Allow 1 hour minimum.