Twin Turrets Inn was the original Boyer home built in 1865 on East Philadelphia Avenue. The second generation of the Boyer family to occupy this residence added the front porch and twin turrets, after which the Inn is named. Stay a while and experience a full tour from our lovely Mayor who will show her curated collection of fine art, stained glass, and furniture.
If you want to admire, purchase or learn the clay arts, Clay on Main serves the community with a variety of clay arts programs for adults and children, professional workshops, collaboration and learning opportunities through art. They also host a cooperative gallery, located in the rustic farmhouse attached to the studio, in which the works of members and guests are displayed and offered for sale.
The owners of Greshville Antiques and Fine Arts are considered the leading authorities and appraisers of Berks County art, and as soon as you enter the restored 18th century stone barn that holds the collection, you’ll understand immediately, their expertise. Many of the works are by local artists who produced museum quality paintings, including Ben Austrian, Christopher Shearer, Frederick Sprang, Earl Poole and others.
If you’re looking for a special piece for your home, of a gift for a special friend that must be out of the ordinary, a visit to Dancing Tree Creations will allow you to explore work created by 200 national, regional and local artists in ceramics, glass, jewelry, metal, wood, fiber, garden art, stone, prints and cards, and useful handmade items.
Barn Fresh Vintage Market is a huge collection of antiques and collectibles from farmhouses assembled by banding together 30 coop vendors. The owners of Barn Fresh who grew up going to auctions and flea markets, appreciate cool, rusty and old forgotten things that can be repurposed and are constantly on the hunt for new items and great finds.
Featuring more than 25 vendors specializing in handmade crafts, antiques, vintage items, collectibles, and home décor. Take time to browse through dozens of individual displays looking for that special piece or unique item.
Studio B sits right in the heart of Downtown Boyertown, which features work by local artists and hosts community events such as painting parties and art walks, to inspire budding artists of all ages to ply their craft. Stop in to Studio B to view ever changing exhibits or sign up for a lesson in the visual arts, communication, or literary arts offered by highly-trained local artists and teachers.
The Hill School, from which Daniel B. Boyer graduated in 1907, has honored the Boyer family by establishing the Boyer Gallery. Each year, the Gallery, considered one of the finest exhibit spaces on the East Coast, presents a series of exhibits of local and regionally recognized artists, as well as the work of members of area art guilds.