Pottsgrove Manor

Pottsgrove Manor is located in Valley Forge, Pennsylvania. The location was the historic 1752 home of John Potts. Potts was a colonial ironmaster and also the founder of Pottstown. The group will get a unique look at the lifestyle and times of John Potts, his family, servants and slaves. There are several events for your group to consider. Featured events include: guided tours, public programs, and other events. Tours last 45-minutes. The original mansion was situated on a 1000 acre plantation. By 1762, the location included the town of “Pottsgrove.” John Potts was appointed Justice of the Peace and judge on the Philadelphia Court of Common Pleas. He was also elected to the Pennsylvania General Assembly from both Berks and Philadelphia counties. Even though only four acres of the original property exist today, Pottsgrove Manor has not lost any of its original charm and architectural beauty. Your group will view the beautiful landscape during the visit and experience life of the mid-18th century.

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