Welcome to The Millbrook Society.
The Millbrook Society is a non-profit organization that inspires passion for preserving and protecting the rich history of Hatboro and local communities.

We achieve our mission through three interrelated activities:


PRESERVATION…by collecting and maintaining artifacts, documents, manuscripts, maps.


PROTECTION…by archaeology, and recording and researching historical data on buildings and other assets.


EDUCATION…by presentations, programs, publications, reenactments and related activities.



February 2023 Education Program - recognizing President's Day - and the Valley Forge anniversary  

















Click on the image above for more program information  

March 2023 Education Program - celebrating Woman's History Month 

















April 2023 Education Program - Crooked Billet History Fair! 

Hosted by The Millbrook Society...



























All are Welcome!

The Millbrook Society and the Amy B. Yerkes Museum are open most Wednesday evenings from 7 to 9 on the second floor of the Hatboro Baptist Church on York Road in Hatboro.  We also have a very active Facebook page posted with history, photos, and local updates...check us out! 


Members and non-members...our doors are open and we welcome you to stop by!    


Millbrook Highlights...

Millbrook members enjoyed a fun and festive walk down York Road at the 2022 annual Hatboro Holiday Parade!  




Millbrook updated its local history display at Hallowell Elementary School in December.  The display features the life of renowned local historian Charles Harper Smith and his wife, Helen.  They owned the Kenderdine tract in Horsham, which they called "Millbrook."  Millbrook is proud to support the Hallowell school community!                

Click on the News & Events tab above for news on recent activities and archives. 




Hatboro Then & Now...Millbrook's newest publication!



A very interesting collection of more than 250 images that are sure to bring back memories of our three-century-old town.





Hatboro Then & Now is available for a donation of $20 to The Millbrook Society.


The book is now available at these fine Hatboro locations:

  • Buxmont Printing, 10 N York Road
  • Hatboro Dish, 102 S. York Road
  • Hatboro Federal Savings, 609 York Road
  • KP Kitchen Crafts, 222 S. York Road
  • Union Library of Hatboro, 243 S. York Road
  • Village Hardware, 17 S. York Road
  • Wolfy’s Furniture & Stuff/Jacksonville Road Antiques, 420 Jacksonville Road

Give the Gift of History!

Are you looking for that special gift for the historian in your life?!  Looking to enhance your personal home collection?

Check out what we have in store... books, DVDs, historical maps and more! Give the gift that keeps on giving... LEARNING about our local history and helping to PRESERVE it!




Click here to see the items in our online store. Items can also be ordered by email or phone, and may be available at our programs and events. Your donation directly supports The Millbrook Society and our mission-driven work! (millbrooksociety@gmail.com, 215-957-1877)


Donate to The Millbrook Society!

The Millbrook Society of Hatboro PA is a 501c3 nonprofit organization, so we rely on our members and friends like you to help us all fulfill the mission we ALL share: preservation, protection, and education of our local history!


Membership, merchandise donations, free-will giving at our events and other forms of giving surely enable us to maintain our museum/archives and to achieve all our mission-driven activities. So, your giving truly impacts our success!


Please consider giving to The Millbrook Society in honor of a loved one, or just to be part of the community of people care about our local history.








Society Insights... Did you know?...

Millbrook enjoys an active Facebook page! Click here to Visit and Like us!