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The Stoner House Located in Lancaster, PA, the Stoner House hails from the 1750s, when its tenants paid homage to their leader King George II. Not only is the site rich in local history, but many residents played vital roles in our history. Learn More
Become a Member Today! You're invited to become a member of the MTHS. Your support is key to the preservation of the rich Manheim Township history. Learn More
EVENT RENTAL AVAILABLE! The Historic Stoner House adjacent to the The Grille at Stoner Commons. Book your wedding rehearsal or reception dinner or to just relax before the reception at The Barn! Perfect for birthdays, family reunions, corporate and business meetings as well. Learn More
Take the Virtual Tour! 360PA Media Solutions has captured the Stoner House in a virtual tour, now available on Google Maps. Learn More
Annual Christmas Open House! The 2017 Annual Christmas Open House is schedule for December 9th & 10th! Learn More
2017/18 MTHS Board The Manheim Township Historical Society Enrichment Series is a series of educational events seeking to bring various events from Manheim Township’s history to a present day audience. Learn More

Stoner House Private Rentals

Available for Private Rentals

The Stoner house is now available for your private functions. Bridal Showers, Wedding Receptions and Rehearsals, Corporate functions or Birthday Parties, this is the place.

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Donate a Brick!

Order a Stoner House Walkway Brick!

Fill out a brick order form to make a tax deductible donation to the Stoner House Project!

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Stoner House is Ideally Surrounded by the Overlook Community Campus

About the Township

Manheim Township was established as one of Lancaster County’s first Townships in 1729. For over 280 years since its establishment, Manheim Township would have been described as a small and tranquil farming community.

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Stoner House is Ideally Surrounded by the Overlook Community Campus

Our Meetings

We welcome you to join us at 7PM on the last Tuesday of each month at our current project, the Stoner House.

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