Boyertown is only ½ square mile in size and is surrounded by farms and orchards nestled in the foothills of the beautiful Oley Valley.
We are within an hour of historic Valley Forge, Philadelphia and the Amish country in Lancaster County.
There is much to do so let's get started...
“All Aboard” The Little Red Caboose for an exciting excursion on the Colebrookdale Secret Valley Railroad.
Or you can catch a baseball game at the famous Bear Stadium. Our park hosts a rambling walking trail, Frisbee golf and a playground for all children.
Boyertown is rich in history so a visit to Boyertown's Museum of Historic Vehicles and Boyertown's Historical society is a must.
Boyertown's century old State Theater provides live entertainment.
“Bear Fever” is contagious and it begins with historic "Townie Bear" and "Bubbles" located at the entrance to Twin Turrets. There are many other bears as you enjoy your walk along our tree lined streets and see our beautiful architecture, unique shops, restaurants, bakeries and even a micro brewery.
Our artistic community is awesome and Taylor Backes Glassblowing Studio is universally recognized.
Building A Better Boyertown hosts “Oktoberfest” and always has family oriented functions on third Saturdays.
Der Belsnickel, a juried craft show, is held Thanksgiving weekend and Boyertown's Holiday Open House Tour is the first Friday in December.
With so much to do you should really spend an evening or two at The Twin Turrets Inn; you will be glad you did.
Boyertown has been recognized by the state of Pennsylvania for the volunteerism our folks give back to the community.
Boyertown is a neat small town with a huge heart.
Am I bragging? You bet I am! I am proud to serve this community. It's a neat place to hang your hat!
Twin Turrets has quite a history. It's a little known fact that the house was actually built for Daniel B Boyer circa 1865.
On July 4, 1876 the Boyers went to where else, but Philadelphia, to celebrate Independence Day.
Apparently at that time, turrets were becoming the fashion, thus by 1880 the Boyers added a front porch along with copper turrets.
In 1891, Daniel B's family of five children was grown so Daniel B traded homes with his son Horace K, who lived at 9 E Philadelphia Avenue.
In 1988 The Twin Turrets was restored to the rich heritage it deserved.