The Newtown Historic Association, Inc. was incorporated
in 1964 as an organization dedicated to the preservation
of Newtown's historical heritage. Our mission is to stimulate
interest in, preserve, celebrate and share the historical
heritage of both Newtown borough and township.
Our research center is a repository of deeds, wills, diaries,
books, maps, photos, genealogies and other documents relating
to Newtown and the surrounding area, especially strong
in the period when Newtown was the County Seat (1725-1813),
including a special collection on early America's foremost
folk painter, Edward Hicks (1780-1849).
The headquarters is housed in the Court Inn (known as
the Half-Moon Inn during the mid 18th century), located
at the corner of Court Street and Centre Avenue in historic
Newtown, Bucks County, Pennsylvania. The Inn is open for
tours showcasing the Half Moon Inn (Court Inn) and the many artifacts
and holdings of the Newtown Historic Association.
Newtown Historic Association, Inc.
105 Court Street
P.O. Box 303
Newtown, PA 18940 USA
Hours: Tuesdays 9:00 AM to 3:00 PM & Thursdays
7:00 PM to 9:00 PM and by appointment.
The Half-Moon Inn (Court Inn)
15th, 2016 @ 7:30 pm "The Man who Built
Sunday Social at the Half Moon Inn, February
21st 2 - 4 pm Stop in and have a cheery
cherry time and tour our historic tavern and to
experience an afternoonof friends, a warm fire and
Tavern Night March 12, 2016 [Saturday
@ 7:00 PM at the Half Moon Inn (Court Inn)
Form) & (Press
2016 [Monday @ 7:30 PM at the Half Moon Inn (Court
Inn)] - General Membership Meeting – "Women at the 1777-1778
Valley Forge Encampment"