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All Are Welcome

The Millbrook Society and the Amy B. Yerkes Museum are open most Wednesday evenings from 7:30 p.m. to 9:30 p.m. (and by appointment) on the Second Floor of the Hatboro Baptist Church, 32 N. York Road in Hatboro. Check out our Facebook page for history, photos, local updates, and more.

Our doors are open to both Members and Non-Members. We welcome you to stop by!

Become a Member

Becoming a member of Millbrook helps us achieve our mission, earns you free admission to most sponsored events, subscribes you to our quarterly newsletter, and much more!

Click here for details and to download the Membership Form.

Our Mission

PRESERVATION

 By collecting and maintaining artifacts, documents, manuscripts, and maps.

PROTECTION

By archaeology, and recording and researching historical data on buildings and other assets.

EDUCATION

By presentations, programs, publications, reenactments, and related activities.

The Millbrook Society is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization that inspires a passion for preserving, protecting, and educating about the rich history of Hatboro and local communities. 

Events, News, and Info

The move of Hatboro's history museum to Pennypack Community Ctr. is underway

Millbrook at the Moland House Revolutionary Reenactment

Saturday, August 17

The 2024 Crooked Billet History Fair, 2024 TMS Annual Meeting, and more

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A collection of books and booklets published by The Millbrook Society

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