"Photo taken in 1999"
Located 2 Miles West Of Myerstown
U.S. Rt. 422
There is not much information readily available on the internet about the Tulpehocken Manor and Plantation but these facts are known to be true.
Built in 1769 in the Colonial style and later expanded to a Victorian with 27 rooms. It is situated on 150 acres of land which includes four other historical homes from as early as 1732, smoke houses, a bake house and cider house, a massive bank barn, spring houses, and a Victorian-style outhouse with a cupola.
The Tulpehocken Manor and Plantation is listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Many years and generations have since passed and the manor is in a badly deteriorated condition but attempts have been made over the years to restore it to its original beauty.
According to the Lebanon County Historical Society, it is proven that George Washington stayed there on three separate occasions.