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    The Art of Josephine Pennypacker

    Pennypacker Mills

    Where:
    5 Haldeman Road Schwenksville PA 19473
    When:

    Thursday March 1st 2018 to Wednesday October 31st 2018

    • Sundays

      01:00 PM to 04:00 PM

    • Tuesdays

      10:00 AM to 04:00 PM

    • Wednesdays

      10:00 AM to 04:00 PM

    • Thursdays

      10:00 AM to 04:00 PM

    • Fridays

      10:00 AM to 04:00 PM

    • Saturdays

      10:00 AM to 04:00 PM

    The late nineteenth century saw popularity in works of art among women, especially watercolors. On display will be watercolors, charcoal drawings, oil paintings, and pencil drawings of Josephine Pennypacker. Included on all tours. Last tour at 3 pm. Tours take approx. 1 hour.


    All ages, free, suggested donation $2 per person.

    Pennypacker Mills is the home of Pennsylvania Governor Samuel W. Pennypacker (1903-1907) and his family. Set on 170-acres of bucolic farmland, the mansion is completely furnished and houses an extensive collection of official and personal artifacts of the Pennypacker family. Operated by the County of Montgomery, the site is open year-round for guided tours, seasonal events, educational programs, changing exhibits, and special programs.

     

    https://www.montcopa.org/pennypackermills

    T: 610-287-9349

    Closed Mondays and County Holidays.

    Mansion is accessible only on first floor. Exhibit is located on second floor. A photo album is available that shows all the artwork in the exhibit. Visitors are welcome to sit downstairs and have a tour guide interpret the exhibit for them using the album. Handicapped restrooms and parking available.
    TICKETS
    Free

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