5 Reasons You Should Go on the 4 Centuries in Berks Historic Property Tour

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1. It’s an Adventure

The 4 Centuries in Berks Historic Property Tour is a map to your local history. Discover historical treasures right in your own backyard and travel through 4 different time periods along the way! As you drive through the rolling hills of Western Berks you will spend the day escaping into Berks County’s bucolic vistas and exploring the past. The map is already drawn for you. Just jump in the car and drive!

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2. Be a Nosy Neighbor (Without Actually Trespassing)

Ever drive past an old house or a gorgeous estate and wonder what it’s like inside? The 4 Centuries Tour is your chance to see what no one else has seen! Step inside private homes and secluded mansions to explore what life is like on the inside.

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3. Discover Your Berks History

Expand your knowledge of local history firsthand. Learn what it was like to live in Berks County in the 18th, 19th and 20th Centuries and uncover the architectural marvels of the 21st Century. All in all, you will drive away with an appreciation for the unique legacy of Berks County.

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4. Make Connections

Fall is the time for fun with friends. The 4 Centuries Tour is a chance to try something different. This day-long adventure is an exciting way to connect with your local history while sharing the fun with your closest friends. With over 400 people in attendance, who knows, you might even meet some new people along the way!

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5. Support the Preservation of Your Berks History

We know that you care about preserving Berks County’s history. So do we! The 4 Centuries in Berks Historic Property Tour is the Berks History Center’s annual fundraiser that celebrates the efforts of local property owners, who work to preserve your local history. We invite you to join us as a tour-goer to appreciate our county’s historic legacy and support the Berks History Center’s efforts to preserve your Berks County’s history in the BHC museum and research library.

Explore the architectural treasures of 12 historic properties in Heidelberg Townships tomorrow on the 4 Centuries in Berks Historic Property Tour!
Tickets $35.00. Click here for more information or purchase tickets the day of the tour at:
Wernersville Train Station located at 20 E. Penn Avenue, Wernersville, PA 19565.
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