Philipsburg Manor is a 18th-century farming, milling, and trading center that was tenanted by European farmers and operated by 23 enslaved individuals of African descent. Tour the 300-year-old manor house with period artifacts and reproductions, step inside the working gristmill and help thresh wheat at the Dutch barn. Timed tours run May through early November, Wednesdays through Sundays. Cafe and visitor center. A Path Through History attraction.