The Archbury Foundation is a Berks County based not for profit organization dedicated to Preserving and Presenting the American Experience from 1935 to 1945.  AF is involved in events, trips, and activities related to World War II History, the Big Band Era, the 1939-1940 New York World's Fair, 1935-1945 Popular Culture, late 1930's to early 1940's Automobiles from Cadillacs to Army Jeeps, WW II Military and Civilian Living History, and Historic Preservation from Artifacts to Diners. 

Youth Program

     The AF sponsors a Boy Scouts of America Venture Crew that participates in WW II Living History activities and is open to all Berks County Students in grades 10 thru 12

     An aerial view of Fegely's Restaurant and Motor Court circa 1950. The front of the diner is not yet enclosed and is visable.

The Archbury Foundation is an Institutional member of the Society for Commercial Archeology