George Washington Witness Tree of Delaware Museum
Welcome to our online museum about an amazing tree.
(Probably the only museum in the world dedicated to a single tree)
Thanks for stopping by our online museum and do not forget to go see the tree!
Our New Book:
Historians Joshua Peter Loper and Melanie Kathleen Loper have recently written a new book titled The Complete History of the Hale-Brynes House and the Geroge Washington Witness Tree of Delaware. This book is the FIRST complete history of the Hale-Byrnes House; the FIRST book with historical references on the Hale-Byrnes House; and, the ONLY book on the George Washington Witness Tree of Delaware!
What is this? We are a privately curated online museum... That stemmed from a group of friends, historians, and horticulturalists who care very deeply about preserving the legacy of one of Delaware's true, important, and hidden treasures... The George Washington Witness Tree of Delaware. Plus, that means the museum is FREE for everyone to look at or use for research... Forever.
George Washington Witness Tree in the Summer
George Washington Witness Tree in the Spring
George Washington Witness Tree in the Fall
Come on out and visit the Hale-Byrnes House and see the George Washington Witness Tree. Take a selfie and post online to spread the word! They are open 12:00-3:00 on the first Wednesday of each month and have public programs listed on their website which is listed in our links.
"Little" George Washington Witness Tree of Delaware No.2 is located at the Historic Lombardy Hall, which is Granite Corinthian Masonic Lodge No.34 at 1611 Concord Pike, Wilmington, DE, 19803.
The tree is located in the front of the building.
See the Google Earth of the George Washington Witness Tree of Delaware No.2.
The George Washington Witness Tree No.2 is located on private property of a 501c3. Please remember the lodge is only open to the public on specific days. It is not a museum and they don't have a presentation/tour guide for the tree. However, you can stop and visit the tree.