Conrad Weiser Homestead
28 Weiser Lane, Womelsdorf, PA 19567
Conrad Weiser’s historical contributions to Pennsylvania simply cannot be overlooked. Weiser was predominantly responsible for negotiating every major treaty between the colonial settlers in Pennsylvania and the Iroquois Nations from 1731 until 1758.
The story of Conrad Weiser and the historic site is told through an exhibit located in three different buildings. The Visitor Center with two galleries dedicated to Conrad Weiders’ career and accomplishments; The Weiser House with an exhibit gallery and a furnished period room; and The Education Center houses an exhibit gallery that explains what happened to the site after his death. Visitors are also encouraged to discover the Spring House, the Gravesite and the landscaped park grounds.
The tour of the Weiser Homestead is self-guided; however, volunteers are happy to answer any questions and provide additional information upon request.