The Oldest Church In Pennsylvania Dates Back To The 1600s And You Need To See It

History whispers throughout Pennsylvania. Just about everywhere we go, no matter where in the state, we can discover a piece of history — from monuments and parks to museums and churches. In fact, the oldest church in Pennsylvania dates back to the late 1600s and gives us a glimpse into the past. If it’s not on your bucket list yet, definitely add this old stone church as a must visit destination.

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Address: 608 N. Trooper Rd., Norristown, PA 19403