First a carriage factory, then the Boyertown Auto Body Works, Boyertown Museum of Historic Vehicles is a real treasure in town. From live blacksmith demonstrations, sleighs and bicycles to the worlds largest collection of Dureya models- this museum has something for everyone!
Arguably the most famous person from Boyertown, Carl Spaatz had many achievements such as founding the US Air Force Academy, perfecting mid-flight refueling, and having a major impact on the end of WWII. Eager to learn more? Check out this museum and their highly interactive exhibits!
A true gem, this historical society preserves many secrets from town, hidden in history. Here you'll learn about the tragic fire that shook the world, see the first underground photographs ever taken, and much more! This society is also has a great genealogy library to assist you with all your researching needs.
Take a trip on our railroad and learn the full story of pioneering iron masters, and local history on their completely restored cars. Enjoy your journey back to a different place in time, in beautiful Victorian style you won’t encounter anywhere else.
When this theater first opened up, people came to watch silent movies for ten cents a ticket. Now you can still enjoy showings with affordable prices and comfortable seating in this restored theater with the latest technology!
We encourage you to visit the Fairview Cemetery for the best view in town. See if you can find the monument for the tragic Rhodes Opera House fire. Or, if you just want to enjoy the view, kick back on this beautiful hill like the Victorians did and have a picnic!