Wernersville Train Station Restoration
The Wernersville Station is located at 20 East Penn Avenue, Wernersville
The 13-year restoration project concluded with a Rededication Ceremony on June 8, 2013.
The building is open to the public by appointment.
Arrangements may be made to tour the building, view displays related to the train station's history and learn about the restoration project.

Contact: Richard Schuster
(610) 678-4405

Heidelberg Heritage Society
Located at 182 West Penn Avenue & 20 East Penn Avenue, Wernersville, PA
The Society is dedicated to the collection and preservation of materials, structures and landmarks which may help to establish, illustrate and arouse interest in the historic records of the areas comprised of Wernersville and surrounding townships commonly called the Heidelbergs.

CONTACT INFORMATION  

Heidelberg Heritage Society
182 West Penn Avenue
PO Box 51
Wernersville, PA 19565


For General Information
or
Lerch Tavern Tour Information
Charlotte Moyer
(610) 488-1769
Send an email to Charlotte Moyer


New members are always welcome!
Contact for membership information:

Heidelberg Heritage Society
PO Box 51
Wernersville, PA 19565
Download A Membership Application

Existing Members
Download a Dues Renewal Form
It is our mission to preserve local history and educate current and future generations about our heritage.
The Heidelberg Heritage Society is a tax exempt 501(c)(3) corporation and registered with the Pennsylvania Bureau of Charitable Organizations.
You may donate with PayPal or a credit card by using the PayPal Donate link.
Thank you!
The Wernersville Train Station
20 East Penn Ave., Wernersville PA
designed with Homestead
PO Box 51, Wernersville PA 19565
Inquiries regarding programs and events may be submitted here: heritagesociety@verizon.net
Parking is available on our lot on S. Elm Street.
Street parking is available on S. Elm Street and Penn Ave.
Our good neighbors at Bachman's also make their lot available for our programs.
COMING EVENTS
These events are free and open to the public.


CHRISTMAS TEA
Sunday, December 7, 2014, 1:00 to 4:00

You are cordially invited to the Christmas Tea & Open House at the Historic Lerch Tavern
Enjoy homemade cookies, tea, holiday punch or coffee
Tour the Society Museum