The Conrad Weiser Homestead is a Pennsylvania state historic site in Womelsdorf, Berks County, Pennsylvania, that interprets the life of Conrad Weiser. Weiser was an 18th century German immigrant who served as an Indian interpreter and who helped coordinate Pennsylvania's Indian policy. He played a major role in the history of colonial Pennsylvania.
The Conrad Weiser Homestead is located on 26 acres of land. Seven total buildings exist on the property; three are open for touring. Two large monuments, a gazebo, the Weiser Family Cemetery, and a pond are also on the site. Two picnic areas are present in the western section of the park and can be utilized at any time without reservation. The park is an attractive venue to walk, run, or play Frisbee. Public restroom facilities are available. Dogs are permitted, but must remain on a leash.
The Homestead does not maintain or collect any genealogical information about the Weiser family descendents. We, as a State historic site, maintain and promote Conrad Weiser and his story.
Any questions about geneology should be directed to the Weiser Family Association.
The Conrad Weiser Homestead and Memorial Park is administered
by the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission in partnership with
the Friends of the Conrad Weiser Homestead
Pennsylvania Historical & Museum Commission
Tom Wolf, Governor I Nancy Moses, Chairman I Andrea Lowery, Executive Director
March 29, 2020
Visitation at all PHMC sites, including the Conrad Weiser Homestead, is suspended through April 30, 2020.
The Friends of the Conrad Weiser Homestead have cancelled all scheduled events through May.
Summer hours are scheduled to start June 1. Any updates to that schedule will be posted if they become necessary.
Everyone stay safe
The Conrad Weiser House is a designated National Historic Landmark. Of over 90,000 places listed on the country's National Register of Historic Places, only some 2,500 are recognized as National Historic Landmarks
28 Weiser Lane, Womelsdorf, PA 19567
Conrad Weiser Homestead
Yes, we are currently closed.
But, this is a temporary situation. In time, the restrictions will be lifted and the Friends will be ready to open the site to visitors, give tours, and keep the stories of Conrad Weiser alive. We are working remotely at this time and will respond to any inquiries received through voicemail or email. In the meantime, we are staying home, spending time with family, and, most importantly, staying safe. So stay safe and we hope to see you soon.