Renfrew Museum and Park
1010 East Main Street
Waynesboro, Pennsylvania 17268
Saturday & Sunday, 1 -
Last tour at 3:30 PM
Group tours & Special programs by advance appointment (Bus Tour and group discounts available.)
Children: $3.50 ( Children Under 7 Free )
Group rate per person: $4.00
Museum will be closed on the following dates during our open season in 2013: Monday, May 27th for Memorial Day; Thursday, July 4 for the July 4th observance; and Monday, September 2nd for Labor Day. Our open season will end on Saturday, October 19th.
Open dawn to dusk year-
Renfrew’s beautiful grounds and picnic pavilion are also available for rental. Have your wedding, class/family reunion or other event at Renfrew. Pavilion rental availability can be viewed under rental calendar. Forms may be requested by email: email@example.com or by regular mail.
Renfrew is a restored farmstead with many outbuildings to see and activities to participate in. Your tour begins at our Visitors Center with a DVD presentation, and an explanation of the nation's leading collection of John Bell and Bell family pottery. Paid admission takes you on a guided tour of the 1812 Renfrew Museum where you will see the kitchen, dining room, parlors and bedrooms with period furnishings throughout.
Now, two centuries after Daniel Royer's day, much of the landscape is unchanged. As an historical institution, Renfrew offers its visitors an intimate view of the past. Visit us in Waynesboro, and discover how the agriculture, industry and domestic life of nearly 200 years ago worked together to make a prosperous Pennsylvania German farmstead.
A special feature of the Renfrew Museum is the only permanent public display of artifacts from the Snow Hill Cloister, a 19th century monastical society located in nearby Quincy, Pennsylvania.
Located in the Visitor Center is a quaint gift shop with an interesting array of
items, many from local artisans. Gift shop hours during season are the same as museum