Welcome to Fleetwood Area Historical Society
Through generous support and foresight Fleetwood Borough Council, made space available in Fleetwood Area Community Center Building. We are grateful to the many hours of volunteer labor. We were able to transform former schoolrooms into a museum, an office and a conference meeting room for many.
The Museum will be closed until further notice due to maintenance issues with our Air conditioning systems.
The Museum is open Monday 9 AM to 12 Noon (currently closed)
2nd Sunday of each month 1 PM to 4 PM (currently closed)
Groups of adults or school children are welcome. We will
gladly open the museum to suit your group’s available
time. Call 610-944-5800
The Fleetwood Historical Society will meet on Wednesday, November 16 at 7 PM in room 113 in the Fleetwood Community Center.
Note the room change. Mr. Brian Engelhardt of the Berks History Center will present ‘Pilgrimage to Disaster’, the story of a railroad accident in the California desert that killed 18 Berks residents heading to a Shriner convention. Please join us.
See what some of our visitors had to say…
“Great museum! A lot of historical pieces and information about Fleetwood and its community. Great War memorabilia as well. Easy to navigate and very knowledgeable staff. Did not know Fleetwood had such an impact on the early years of the auto industry.”