How To Spend A Day At Old Bedford Village
On a beautiful day in Southwestern PA, you'll be able to enjoy time at Old Bedford Village, a historic attraction that takes you back in time.
Your first stop will be the Biddle House. The knowledgeable guides will answer your questions about the village and life in historic Pennsylvania!
After you visit a few houses, you'll find some community buildings, like this church. Be sure to read any informational signs to learn the history!
The schoolhouse was one of my favorites! I loved seeing some of the teaching methods used hundreds of years ago.
The toy shop was also fun to visit. I've always been intrigued by old-fashioned toys and was excited for the opportunity to play with a few.
The Pendergrass Tavern actually has tables and seating for anyone who orders off the small menu.
The village has many shopping opportunities, including cookies at this bakery.
Make sure to stop by all the main shops on town! At the apothecary's shop, you can even learn about natural remedies.
You can visit a chandler (candle maker) and even make your own candle. You can also watch and learn the art of basket making.
Take a detour to the barn and visit the animals on site. If you're feeling really generous, you can also feed them.
Stop by the general store and pick up a few necessities, like some old-fashioned candy or a souvenir.
Watch the blacksmith in action! You'll also find a few other shops, like a potter and a broom-squire.
When you visit the broom-squire, you'll learn how to make a broom and what a schnitzelbank is.
Hopefully you don't run into the jailer, though! But if you do, you'll have a great story to tell and maybe some pictures to match.
Whether you go alone, with friends, or with the whole family, you'll be sure to enjoy a beautiful day at Old Bedford Village!
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