Pennsbury is the 43 acre plantation of William Penn. It includes the reconstructed Manor House, Bake & Brew, stable, outbuildings, formal and kitchen gardens, and grounds. William Penn, the founder of Pennsylvania, planned and directed the construction of Pennsbury Manor, located on the Delaware River, 25 miles north of Philadelphia. It was his official residence during his second visit to Pennsylvania from 1699-1701.

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