In 1965, the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania acquired this site from the Swift family, and the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission has restored and furnished the house to represent its appearance during Fulton's lifetime. In addition, one area of the house contains exhibits chronicling Fulton's life and accomplishments.
Visiting hours are Memorial Day through Labor Day weekends only - Saturday 11AM to 4PM, Sunday 1PM to 5PM. Open Memorial Day, July 4th and Labor Day as well. Other hours and group tours by appointment.
Admission $4 for people 12 and older. Children under 12 $2.
Photo courtesy Lancaster County Planning Commission.