The WARWICK TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCIETY (WTHS) is responsible for restoring, maintaining and operating the Moland House property for the benefit of the public under a renewable management agreement with the Warwick Township government, who owns the property. The WTHS owns the Eight Arch Bridge, located (beside the Big Brothers and Big Sisters building in Jamison, PA.) on the main stem of the Neshaminy Creek south of Route 263, with Warwick Township on the right and Buckingham Township on the left. The historic Eight Arch Bridge is the last remaining eight arch bridge in Pennsylvania. A hand laid stone and mortar 218 foot long structure with distinctive and graceful arches, the bridge was built in 1803 and is a delightful place to fish and picnic. If you would like to help maintain this property, please join our organization or email firstname.lastname@example.org. The bridge was listed on the National Historic Register in 1984. The WTHS also operates the Gayman Library. It is open for all WTHS members during open houses and upon request at email@example.com.
You may download our Membership Form HERE
We are located at
1641 Old York Road
Hartsville, PA 18974
Please see FIND US for directions or click here.
You may contact us:
BY MAIL Warwick Township Historical Society
PO Box 107
Jamison, PA 18929
BY ELECTRONIC MAIL
BY VOICE (telephone)
• We have a central answering machine at (215) 918-1754.
BY FACEBOOK click here.
WTHS BOARD MEETINGS are held monthly on the second Wednesday evening at 7:30 pm in the Moland House 1941 annex. WTHS members and interested individuals are welcome and invited to attend. Only Board members can vote on those matters under consideration. Board members are elected at the annual WTHS meeting in June. Click here for a video about the Moland House.