“Don’t let’s Forget the Girls…” Juliette Gordon Low, Founder of the Girl Scouts, always remembered that scouting is first and foremost about the girls! One hundred years later, how does
Help us get rid of the weeds in our rose garden! Bring Gardening or work gloves! Dress for the weather! Stay hydrated and bring water! Snacks will be provided.
Help us get rid of the weeds in our rose garden! Bring Gardening or work gloves! Dress for the weather! Stay hydrated and bring water! Snacks will be provided. Please
Bring a blanket and come sit in Wyck’s yard to enjoy the multiple concerts being played at the First United Methodist Church just across the street! Wyck’s Address is: 6026 Germantown
Come mid June, with old roses just about done blooming, it will be time to cut back this year’s plants to promote new growth for next year’s Celebration of the
Talking About the Revolution from New Perspectives With special guest R. Scott Stephenson, Director of Collections and Interpretation for the Museum of the American Revolution Thursday, April 21, 2016 |
Our annual event welcomes members of Wyck to the historic house for a celebratory New Year’s tea. Click here to learn more about becoming a member of Wyck.
(Off-site) Join Wyck and our friends from Cliveden and the other sites of Historic Germantown as we celebrate the annual re-enactment of the battle of Germantown! Battle is reenacted at 12:00
Saturday, September 9 – Wyck The Philadelphia Honey Festival at Wyck is our sweet finish to the festival season and offers a variety of activities that celebrate and educate about our important friend,
Come celebrate the blooming of Wyck’s remarkable rose garden! The Wyck Rose Garden dates to the 1820’s and is widely recognized as the oldest rose garden in original plan in America,