Barnard House

In October 2008, the Township took possession of 68 acres at the northwest corner of the intersection of Lenape-Unionville and S. Wawaset Roads. This land was transferred from Chester County to Pocopson at no cost to the Township.

The transaction included the Eusebius Barnard House, an early 1800s stone house and a stop on the Underground Railroad which is located opposite the Pocopson Home. This historic stone house will eventually be renovated and repurposed to house the Township’s administrative offices and public meeting space and as a home for the Kennett Underground Railroad Museum.

View the List of Questions and Answers and the slideshow that were presented at the 9/21/15 Barnard House Q&A Event.

Read the Barnard House Project Update July 2015

Barnard House Steering Committee Meeting Minutes
Barnard House outline-web