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Winters Heritage House Museum

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47 E High St, Elizabethtown, PA 17022

Located only ½ block from Elizabethtown’s square, the Winters Heritage House Museum preserves two of the community’s earliest structures. Built in 1760, when this area was the frontier of the British colonies, the homes exhibit the building styles of Scots-Irish and German settlers.  Slated for demolition in the late 1980s, these historic structures were rescued and preserved by the Elizabethtown Preservation Associates, an offshoot of the town’s historical society and created to protect our town’s vanishing historic structures.  Given new purpose as a non-profit educational entity, these colonial log buildings are now dedicated to research, preservation and education of our town’s unique and wonderful history.

Winters Heritage House is home to several interest groups including quilting, textiles, gardening, and crafting, and offers several educational programs and workshops including Pre-school Story Hour, Pajamas Nights, Kids Club, History Hour for Adults, and various craft workshops throughout the year.

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