Located in the heart of Downtown Quakertown, the completely restored former Reading R.R. Co. passenger station is now available as the perfect venue for parties, meetings, weddings, showers, and most social gatherings!
Our volunteer society members maintain the facility and staff all the events. Visit the Rentals page for information on how to book your next party or meeting at the train station!
15 Front Street, Quakertown, Pennsylvania 18951, United States
After years and months of planning, our town clock project finally came to fruition! Dedicated to The Quakertown Train Station Historical Society Volunteers Past and Present, this new clock stands as a beacon of time in the heart of Downtown Quakertown, bridging Quakertown's rich history with a promise of even brighter times ahead.
The Award-Winning 2014 Short Film The Ticket Seller, inspired by the Norman Rockwell painting of the same name, was filmed at the Quakertown Train Station. The film opens with the ticket seller, an older gentleman, going about his daily work. As he works, he observes the people across the platform and ponders the choices in life that lead him and others to this place. Learn more about the film here.
The Quakertown Train Station is listed on the National Registry of Historical Places.
The Quakertown Train Station Historical Society is a 501 (c) (3) Non-Profit.