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Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation
3900 N Sandy Flash Dr, Newtown Square, Pennsylvania 19073
The Colonial Plantation, one of the most haunted properties in Delaware County, invites you to an evening of strange sounds, squeaky doors, and ghostly stories. Relive 300 years of the area’s most mysterious, scary and true tales of terror. Start by following the torch lit path and discover the strange and inexplicable ways that colonists treated their dead. Tour the wagon barn and farmhouse to hear a story in each room that will tell of bizarre events from times long past. Indulge in the mysterious arts of colonial divination. For the first time ever for the public, the Plantation’s farmhouse basement will provide the backdrop for one particularly horrific story. Tours will also be held on Friday, October 13 and Saturday, October 28.
To find the Plantation, please use GPS address 3900 North Sandy Flash Drive, Newtown Square, PA 19073. Attendees should plan to bring a flashlight and expect loud sounds and sudden scares. This is a walking tour; please contact us ahead of time if there are mobility concerns, and wear sturdy shoes. Event is rain or shine, and tickets will only be available through pre-registration. No tickets will be sold at the door.
Admission: Admission is $10.00 for members of the Plantation, and $12.00 for non-members. Ages 10 and up only. Tours last approximately 1.5 hours and start every 30 minutes. Call us at 610-566-1725 to purchase tickets and reserve your time slot.
The Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation 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. Located within Ridley Creek State Park, the 112 acres of the Colonial Pennsylvania Plantation provide the context of early American history, the setting where the impact of King George's taxes was felt, the American melting pot began to simmer, and American ingenuity took root. The Plantation is open weekends March 25-November 26, 2017, and school programs, group tours and summer camps are available on weekdays.