Honor a friend or family member by purchasing an engraved brick with their name. Bricks will be featured in the Gathering Place at Renaissance Park for all to see. Contributions will help support the Schuylkill River Heritage Center’s preservation of the park and mural.
Please see attached flyer for contribution details.
The Schuylkill River Heritage Center is now open on Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays, from 11:00 AM to 3:00 PM. Respecting the PA guidelines, six visitors are allowed to enter at the same time. Masks and social distancing are required.
No reservations are needed and our docents are there to welcome everyone!
If you cannot visit in person, here is a virtual tour of the Heritage Center for everyone to enjoy.
Click on this link for the tour that tells the story of the Phoenix Iron and Steel Company.
Pres. Schuylkill River Heritage Center
Thank you for your continued support of the Schuylkill River Heritage Center.
The Story of Trails and Parks with Steve Elkinton
Steve Elkinton, is a landscape architect with a degree from the University of PA and 36 years of service with the National Park Service. He now serves of the Board of the National Trails Partnership. He will present the
The New Version of the Phoenixville Mural is Completed!
To all our Members and Friends:
Ben Volta, the CEO of Mural Provisions, has completed the new version of the Phoenixville Mural. It is a brighter image and a stronger material than what was there before, which was destroyed by fierce winds last spring. A heavy-duty poly tab material was used for this installation, and it has bonded with the wall so it will not be destroyed by the strong winds that often come to the corner of Bridge and Main Streets. Ben has also sealed the mural with a coat of varnish that will help protect it from fading from UV light.
We thank everyone for their patience while the installation work was happening.
Here is an image of the new version of the mural for everyone to enjoy!
We had a fantastic response with 270 people attending our July 16th Virtual Art & Architecture Tour! If you missed it, catch the program here on YouTube.
We hope you can take a short break to explore Phoenixville’s architectural and artistic treasures. Video of the Chester County Town Tour, sponsored by the SRHC and the HSPA, is now posted on YouTube and the Chester County Planning Commission website. Below is a map you can print and follow as well as a listing of their upcoming Town Tours.