Historic Sugartown
Historic Sugartown

Located on the outskirts of Malvern, Historic Sugartown preserves the 19th-century crossroads village of Sugartown. Originally called "Shugart's Town" after tavern keeper Eli Shugart, Sugartown was a vital stop for weary travelers hauling wagonloads of goods to the markets of Philadelphia and other parts of Chester County.

Today, Historic Sugartown preserves the 19th-century crossroads and offers tours and programs to the community.  It also offers bookbinding classes in its world-class Book Bindery.


Wedding Traditions & Tea
Time 2:00 PM - 4::00 PM | $30 /Person

Enjoy an afternoon tea at Historic Sugartown. Indulge in a sumptuous 4-course tea provided by Simpson House Tea Room. During your tea, listen to a talk about wedding traditions highlighting the Victorian era from historian and speaker Jane Peters Estes.

The tea will take place in Historic Sugartown’s Carriage Museum, located at 273 Boot Road in Malvern.

Advanced ticket purchase is required as space is limited! Event sells out quickly.