This Bucks County Museum Will Be Breaking Ground on Their New Permanent Home This Week

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farmhouse in a field
Image via the African American Museum of Bucks County.
The historic farmhouse will be the new permeant location of the museum.

One of Bucks County’s most popular museums will be breaking ground on their new home in a historic local building this week.

The African American Museum of Bucks County, currently located at 215 East Richardson Avenue in Langhorne, will be breaking ground at their new permeant location, the Boone Farm, on Nov. 23. Located at 827 Langhorne-Newtown Road, the ceremony will take place at the historic building at 11 AM.

The museum, a nonprofit organization, has shared the important history of African Americans in the Bucks County area for years.

Their goal is to honor “the legacy of the African American experience, inspiring pride in our heritage, educating about the diverse journey of our people, sharing stories that depict our shared ancestry, thus enriching the lives of Bucks County families,” according to their website.

With a new location in a piece of Bucks County history, the museum will continue to tell an important part of Bucks County’s story that will give locals and visitors a glimpse into the area’s unique history.

Learn more about the upcoming groundbreaking at the official website of The African American Museum of Bucks County.

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