Discover the 19th-Century Village

Along Sugartown Road in Malvern stands the remarkably intact and lovingly restored, 19th-century village of Sugartown. In the early 1800s, with the American Revolution behind them, Sugartown’s early residents established a school, general store, businesses and meeting places, creating a vibrant crossroads that provided goods and services to its surrounding farming community. The village was soon known as Shugart’s Town, after tavern keeper Eli Shugart, and served as a vital stop for weary travelers hauling wagonloads of goods to the markets of Philadelphia and other parts of the county. Sugartown remained a social, educational, commercial and municipal center throughout the 1800s.

Today, Sugartown offers a window into American life in an early 19th-century rural crossroads village. Through the preservation efforts of Historic Sugartown, Inc., visitors experience how people came together to conduct business, exchange news, and shared their lives as a community.

We're Open for Tours!

Historic Sugartown is open for guided tours of the village on Sundays from noon to 4pm from May through November. Tickets can be purchased online in advance or on site.

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Upcoming Events

Beekeeping Series

April 17 @ 6:30 pm - 8:00 pm EDT

American Girl Book and Craft Club

April 18 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Bookbinding Level II

April 20 @ 9:00 am - 3:00 pm EDT

American Girl Book and Craft Club

April 25 @ 2:00 pm - 3:00 pm EDT

Our Mission

We strive to inspire the community to engage with the past through authentic 19th-century experiences,
participate in the village’s present life and protect it for the future.

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Our local professional group that meets regularly at Sugartown is hosting a music bingo night at Historic Sugartown on Tuesday, April 23rd at 6PM!The cost is $30 at the door and all proceeds support our preservation efforts at Historic Sugartown. Make sure to register today! ... See MoreSee Less
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