MALVERN — Kids driving you crazy? Ward off the winter blahs at Historic Sugartown! On Saturday, February 7th, Historic Sugartown will offer , a fun-filled family event at Sugartown’s Carriage Museum from 11 am – 3 pm. There will a variety of family-friendly crafts, old-fashioned games and demonstrations by Historic Sugartown, Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation and East Goshen Historical Commission. Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation’s educators will be on-hand to demonstrate early American papermaking. Craft a cornhusk doll. Create Victorian-style Valentine cards and other paper crafts just in time for Valentine’s Day. And try your hand at old-fashioned games. Historic Sugartown’s c. 1880 General Store will also be open for tours. Complimentary coffee and hot cocoa.
Cabin Fever Day Admission: Children ages 3 and up – $5; Accompanying Adults – $3; Kids under Age 3 – Free. Historic Sugartown is located at 690 Sugartown Road, at the corners of Spring and Boot Roads in Malvern. To reach Historic Sugartown’s Carriage Museum, enter 273 Boot Road, Malvern, PA, into your GPS and you’ll easily find our parking lot.
Historic Sugartown, Inc. inspires people to value and connect with America’s past through richly authentic historical experiences and the enduring preservation of the 19th-century village of Sugartown. Historic Sugartown stewards nine historic structures and 4.2 acres of open space under conservation easement with Willistown Conservation Trust. Historic Sugartown also showcases a rare collection of historic carriages and sleighs owned by the Chester County Historical Society in its Carriage Museum. Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation, located in Ridley Creek State Park is an authentic living history site with the purpose of enhancing understanding of 1760-90 farm life in Southeastern Pennsylvania by providing high quality, research based experiences to the public.
Historic Sugartown is open through the winter months by appointment by calling 610-640-2667 or by contacting email@example.com. Historic Sugartown will open for 2015 on May 2nd. School and group tours are also available. For more information, visit HistoricSugartown.org, or like us on FaceBook at facebook.com/Historic Sugartown.