The Boettcher House Museum is a historical landmark built in 1920, surrounded by a stone patio and nestled in a beautiful natural habitat area known as Landis Woods. The inside is just as picturesque with a huge fireplace, vaulted ceiling, and restored kitchen and washrooms.
The building also serves as an archive of the Township's history as well as a natural history museum.
Individuals and organizations may rent the Boettcher House for meetings and special events. The facility can host up to 75 guests, about 50 guests for a sit-down function, with more space on the patio, weather permitting. For more information on renting the facility, “click here”.