Wyck is home to a historic house, outbuildings, and the oldest rose garden in its original plan in the United States. Inside, over 10,000 family objects, furniture pieces, and historical curiosities.
We invite you to dig deeper into Wyck’s stories and collections.
Our Germantown Stories
Explore Our Germantown Stories, a digital exhibition made in partnership with the Lenfest Center for Cultural Partnerships at Drexel University and the National Endowment for the Humanities, that explores how the unique qualities of Germantown, both then and now, have affected the people who settled here
Take a deeper look at objects and stories from Wyck’s collection of over 10,000 family artifacts in the Curiosity Cabinet Blog
New Year’s Cake Project
Follow along with Wyck and Verde Mantis, a 3D printing company, as they attempt to use modern technology to make a reproduction of one of Wyck’s most beloved artifacts. Learn more!
Become a Wyck Explorer!
Check out Wyck’s new scavenger hunt for kids, An Explorer’s Guide to Wyck, to experience the many things that Wyck’s grounds have to offer. Can’t make it to Wyck? Download and print your own copy at home and explore your own neighborhood!