Tulpehocken Manor Plantation, also known as the Ley Home, is located near Myerstown, Jackson Township, Lebanon County, Pennsylvania. The property was initially settled by the Ley family about 1740. The eight-room, two-story mansion was built by Michael Ley in 1769 in a Georgian style. It was remodeled and enlarged in 1883, in the Second Empire style. In addition to the manor house, the property includes 18 contributing buildings, 1 contributing site, and 4 contributing structures. They include a small gambrel roofed dwelling known as the Cyrus Sherk House, a mid-19th century stone bank barn, numerous sheds and other farm outbuildings, a seven seat outhouse, a large stone quarry, and the ruins of four locks from the Union Canal constructed in 1794. Michael Ley was a friend of George Washington and he visited the plantation several times between 1777 and 1794.