Caleb Pusey House and Landingford Plantation

15 Race Street
Upland, Pennsylvania, 19015

The Friends of the Caleb Pusey House, Inc.

The Friends of the Caleb Pusey House, Inc. was organized in 1960 to undertake restoration of the house and property which by then had deteriorated to the point of imminent collapse. The group secured the support of the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission in the project and matching funds from the Commonwealth.

Today this organization continues to maintain the House, which is authentically furnished with pieces from the early colonial period and is listed on the National Register of Historical Places. The organization also offers frequent programs and activities of historic interest, which are open to the public and operates a museum and gift shop for visitors to the site.

Our schedule of events is currently under development.

You are invited to join The Friends of the Caleb Pusey House, Inc. in helping to preserve and support this important historic place and to participate in its activities.

Directions: From I-95 North - Use exit #5 (Kerlin Street exit), turning left on to Kerlin Street. Continue to the next traffic light (a 'T' intersection at Upland Avenue) turn left and follow Upland Avenue to 6th Street. Look for the Pusey Plantation signs. Turn right on 6th Street to the next traffic light at Main Street. Turn left onto Main Street, it will narrow and bend to the right. Follow it to the end and it will lead into Race Street and to the Caleb Pusey House 1/4 mile on the right.

Directions: From I-476 or I-95 South - Use I-95 south exit #6 (Widener University exit). Follow signs to Crozer-Chester Medical Center which is located on Upland Avenue. Follow Upland Avenue to 6th Street. Look for the Pusey Plantation signs. Turn right on 6th Street to the next traffic light at Main Street. Turn left onto Main Street, it will narrow and bend to the right. Follow it to the end and it will lead into Race Street and to the Caleb Pusey House 1/4 mile on the right.

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