The best way to remember the Farm is by looking at a time line. This includes some prehistoric history and recent history and current happenings. Prehistoric history is covered in the Archaeology of the farm dating from circa 7000–6500 BC through the period of contact between the Native Americans. This is documented by arrowhead from this period found on Playwicki Farm. Recent history engages the European contact with the Native Americans to present.
|1681||William Penn receives charter from King Charles II|
|1684||Christopher Taylor buys 500 acres fronting the Neshaminy Creek|
|1696||Carter ownership begins|
|1764||Van Artsdalen ownership begins|
|1925||Mercer Monument is installed at Playwicki Farm|
|1937||Snodgrass ownership begins|
|1990||Legal battle between Snodgrass heirs and Lower Southampton begins|
|1994||Lower Southampton Township purchases Playwicki Farm|
Since the opening of the Farm wonderful changes to the property; such as walking paths and woodland trail and events sponsored by the Playwicki Farm Foundation have enable the community to enjoy this jewel in Lower Southampton Township.