WORCESTER PA – A new exhibit of both cast and wrought household ironware – the kitchenware, hardware, and tools that were so important to the nation’s 18th century households and farms – will open for display Saturday (Feb. 6, 2010) during regular museum hours from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at the Peter Wentz Farmstead, a Montgomery County historic site, at 2100 Schultz Rd., Worcester PA.

It highlights some of the utilitarian and decorative iron in the Wentz collection. A $2 visitor fee is suggested. The exhibit continues through August. For more information, call 610-584-5104.

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