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Wyck Historic House, Garden, and Farm
A National Historic Landmark in Historic Germantown
Wyck was home to one of the original 13 families that settled the "Old German Township" from Krefeld Germany. Wyck served as the same ancestral home to the Wistar-Haines family for over nine generations! Today, the Wyck Association connects this family and its rich history to our community through programs that focus on history, horticulture, and urban agriculture, using the past as inspiration for the future. We are maximizing the role that our 2.5-acre, 323-year-old site can play in the life of a 21st-century urban neighborhood, using our buildings, landscape, and collections to provide educational, cultural, and nutritional resources for our local community as well as visitors.
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Wyck - Behind the Fence
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What is going on Behind the Fence at Wyck? From history, horticulture, and urbanMore agriculture, find out about upcoming events, farmers market reports, and the stories behind the Wistar-Haines family who resided at Wyck for over 9 generations!
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Wyck Historic House, Garden, and Farm posted in Town Square January 24, 2014 at 11:46 am