The 23rd Christmas at Cornwall House Tour will take place Saturday December 1, showcasing thirteen different historic buildings and houses.
- Cornwall Iron Furnace (1742)
- Buckingham Mansion (1773), built by Curttis Grubb and acquired by Robert Coleman with the rest of the furnace assets. Remodeled by Robert’s son William Coleman in 1865.
- Paymaster’s Office (1860’s, refurbished 1993)
- Ten homes in Mt. Gretna and elsewhere in Lebanon County.
Light refreshments will be offered in the Cornwall Iron Furnace Visitor’s Center during the tour hours and the museum store will be open for discounted purchases. Wooden cooking utensils will be available for purchase from a local craftsman.
Purchase tickets in advance, and you’ll save $5 off the day-of admission price of $20. Tickets are available at: Cornwall Iron Furnace, Cornwall Manor, Bluebird In, Mount Gretna Craft Brewery, Visit Lebanon Valley (inside Lebanon Farmers Market), Inn 422, Franklin House, Batdorf Restaurant, and Hairmaster Styling Salon.
All proceeds benefit the Friends Of Cornwall Iron Furnace.