Perkasie Historical Society, founded in 1954, strives to help preserve the history of Perkasie Borough. Perkasie is located approximately 30 miles north of Philadelphia. This volunteer organization relies on the support of the community as it cares for the four historic venues: the South Perkasie Covered Bridge, the Perkasie Carousel, Perkasie Museum and the Stout Family Cemetery.
All are welcome to attend our carousel openings, meetings, and other community activities.
Celebrating 60 years of preserving Perkasie's history!
The Perkasie Historical Society has regular dinner meetings featuring a speaker or program. Reservations are necessary. Reservation information
|Meeting Date and Time||Topic||Speaker|
|Rescheduled to Fall 2014||Bridges, Tunnels, Bethlehem Steel: Historic American Engineering Record Experience from the Photographer's Lens||Joseph E. B. Elliott, Professor of Art, Muhlenberg College|
April 1, 2014
|Perkasie Re-development Project||Stephen Barth, Economic Development & Revitalization Consultant|
May 6, 2014
|Grey Towers||Melody R. Remillard, Visitor Services Information Specialist, Grey Towers National Historic Site|
MembershipMembership dues of $5.00 per year, are used to maintain our projects and host community activities. Contact information
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Perkasie Historical Society Photo Gallery
Thanks to the generosity of our donors, these images are available for us all to enjoy. View Gallery
Perkasie Historical Society Walking Tour
An outcome of a Bucks County Community College student group project is a walking tour of Perkasie.
This tour can be downloaded for use View Perkistory: An Historical Tour of Perkasie PA
Perkasie Historical Sites
The Perkasie Historical Society is fortunate to preserve multiple sites within the borough
|Historic Site||Location||More Information|
|South Perkasie Covered Bridge||Lenape Park||Covered Bridge information|
|Perkasie Carousel||Menlo Park||Perkasie Carousel information|
|Perkasie Museum||513 West Walnut Street||Perkasie Museum information|
|Stout Family Cemetery||8th and Chestnut Street||Stout Family Cemetery information|