An 18th Century Visit - Traveling Herb Seminar #90

On this bus tour we will visit the ColonialPennsylvania Plantation in Ridley Creek State Park. This museum features an 18th century farmhouse, stone cabin, springhouse and two barns. This property had been a working farm for well over 250 years and was within a community of other 18th century farms, as well as near the mill village. The Farmer and our guide, Barbara Corson, was the popular presenter during our Traveling Herb Seminar to Ephrata Cloisters last year. We will have a guided tour of this special farm and home.  Our next stop will be Rock Ford Plantation, in Lancaster County. This is the preserved 18th Century home of Edward Hand who served as Adjutant General to George Washington during the American Revolution.  Just a short distance away is the EdwardHand Medical Heritage Foundation which has a fabulous display of materials from the healing arts of the 18th century with particular focus on Lancaster County.

Monday May 8th    
Depart  7:30 a.m.                
Fee: $115.00

Depart From Mechanicsburg Presbyterian Church, corner of 300 E. Simpson and Shepardstown Road. Tour includes Sweet Remembrances snack, Box Lunch (Havarti & Fig Baguette made with grilled chicken, toasted pecans & homemade fig jam, Charred Corn, Tomato & Basil Salad, Homemade Chocolate Chip Cookie, bottled water) prepared by Cornerstone Coffeehouse, all tours, driver tip, roundtrip Wolf’s Motorcoach Transportation. Use this phone number for emergency calls the day of the tour - 717 766 6581.   We will return by 6:30 p.m.