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A Revolutionary Weekend

Morrisville Business Association

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  • Thursday August 23rd 2012 at 12:00am to Sunday August 26th 2012 at 12:00am

The MBA will be hosting A Revolutionary Weekend in Morrisville. It's a guided bus tour and will “Follow Washington’s Footsteps” from Summerseat in Morrisville to the Trenton Barracks. Tour guides aboard the buses will give historical details about Washington’s journey during the Revolutionary War. The Actors’ Net of Bucks County will perform five shows of “The Man Who Bought a Country” which is the story of Robert Morris, financier of the Revolutionary War and Morrisville’s namesake. Tickets are selling fast! Please reserve your tickets today! Tour includes Pennsbury Manor but is not part of the bus tour. You will receive an admission ticket for free admission to Pennsbury Manor that can be used during that weekend. You can make your reservations on our website with a credit card. Or you can reserve your tickets by completing the form below and mailing it to us at: PO Box 1121, Morrisville, PA 19067

Choose your tour time and show time as indicated below under Dates and Times.
Complete Package includes a 2 ½ hour bus tour, “Following Washington’s Footsteps” beginning at Williamson Park in Morrisville, going to Summerseat in Morrisville, then to Washington Crossing Park in Pennsylvania, crossing over the Delaware River and going to Washington Crossing Park in New Jersey then down to the Trenton Barracks for a program and back to Williamson Park.
You will also see “The Man Who Bought a Country”, a new full length musical production about the life and times of Robert Morris, financier of the American Revolution, performed by the Actors’ Net of Bucks County at The Heritage Center located at 635 N. Delmorr Avenue, at the corner of Trenton Avenue.


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