The Margaret R. Grundy Memorial Museum
When the Grundy family purchased this home in 1884, they set about turning the existing structure into a fashionable, modern house. The home was remodeled in the Queen-Anne-style that combined modern conveniences and technological innovations of the day with a nostalgic styling that recalled an earlier, less industrial time. The home’s location along the banks of the scenic Delaware River provided the perfect place for the Grundy men to retreat to after long days directing operations at the Grundy Mill.
Today, the rooms of the Grundy Museum are appointed as if the family has just stepped out for the afternoon. Come for a visit and experience life in the late Victorian period through objects and furnishings that the family themselves used. All ages are invited to take a free guided tour and learn about the life of one of the Keystone State’s most powerful politicians.