About the Morgan Log House

1708-Present Day

Reflecting the lifestyle of early pioneers of Pennsylvania, The Morgan Log House is a meticulously restored example of domestic architecture.

The land originally owned and farmed by Daniel Boone’s grandparents, Edward and Elizabeth Morgan, Welsh Quakers, the Morgan Log House is currently administered by the Welsh Valley Preservation Society for Towamencin Township, and exhibits many fine examples of fine antique furniture, metals, household implements and colonial period decorative arts from the early Welsh and Germanic Traditions of Pennsylvania.

Today, this National Historic Site is open for tours, special programs, and on-going research opportunities.

Upcoming Events

10:00 am Seventh Annual Military Might Day
Seventh Annual Military Might Day
May 27 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Seventh Annual Military Might Day
A day dedicated to the men and women who have fought for their country, beliefs, ideas, and futures. Reenactors covering the 18th, 19th, and 20th century campaigns will tell the story of how residents in[...]
10:00 am Colonial Game Day
Colonial Game Day
Jun 17 @ 10:00 am – 3:00 pm
Colonial Game Day
Its summer time, and we’re celebrating in the old-fashioned style.  Join 18th century re-enactors and crafters, both inside and outside of the Morgan Log House, in over a dozen period style games of chance, choice,[...]
6:00 pm Fifth Annual Tavern Night
Fifth Annual Tavern Night
Sep 15 @ 6:00 pm – 9:00 pm
Fifth Annual Tavern Night
A fun filled, one-of-a-kind evening fundraiser at Historic Morgan Log House. Period music, colonial beer brewing, distilling, cooking, after-hours museum tours, appetizers & drinks combine in this “happy hour” style event being held the grounds[...]