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Philadelphia Contributionship

In 1752 Benjamin Franklin and his fellow firefighters founded The Philadelphia Contributionship, the nation’s oldest successful property and casualty insurance company. ...

Corporate Office, Historical Place, Workplace & Office

212 S 4th St
Philadelphia   PA 19106

Historic Germantown

Historic Germantown, located just minutes from Center City, is where one of Philadelphia's only Revolutionary War Battle was fought; where the first-ever American protest ...

Second Bank of the United States

The Second Bank of the United States, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, was the second federally authorized Hamiltonian national bank in the United States during its ...


Belfield, also known as the Charles Willson Peale House, was the home of Charles Willson Peale from 1810 to 1826, and was declared a National Historic Landmark in 1965. The ...

Red Bank Battlefield

The Red Bank Battlefield is located along the Delaware River in National Park, Gloucester County, New Jersey, United States. It was the location of the Battle of Red Bank ...

Historical Place, Park

100 Hessian Ave
Sharon Hill   PA 08063

National Constitution Center

Welcome to our Facebook page! Please feel free to share thoughts about our posts, ask us questions, or tell us about your visit. While on-topic discussion is encouraged, ...

Education, Educational Organization, Historical Place, History Museum, Non-Profit Organization

Independence Mall, 525 Arch St
Philadelphia   PA 19106

Blue Bell Inn: The New Experience

Blue Bell Inn has a rich history of welcoming guests since 1743. One of the original patrons was George Washington himself. The Inn was marked as the “White Horse Inn” ...

Arts & Entertainment, Historical Place, Restaurant, Seafood Restaurant

601 Skippack Pike
Blue Bell   PA 19422

Fort Mifflin

Fort Mifflin, originally called Fort Island Battery and also known as Mud Island Fort, was commissioned in 1771 and sits on Mud Island on the Delaware River below Philadelphia, ...

Armed Forces, Arts & Entertainment, Historical Place, Landmark, Park, Tourist Attraction

Fort Mifflin Road
Philadelphia   PA 19153

Insurance Company of North America Building ...

The Insurance Company of North America Building is a historic commercial building at 1600 Arch Street in downtown Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States. Built in 1925, ...

Architect, Historical Place, Landmark, Law Practice, Local Business

1600 Arch St.
Philadelphia   PA 19103


Wanamaker's department store was the first department store in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, and one of the first department stores in the United States. At its zenith in the ...

Uptown Theater (Philadelphia)

The Uptown Theater in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, also known as Uptown Theater and Office Building, is an Art Deco building built in 1927. It was designed by the Philadelphia ...

Arts & Entertainment, Historical Place, Landmark

2240 N Broad St
Philadelphia   PA 19132

Historical Society of Frankford

Museum The HSF Museum is a treasure house of historical art and artifacts. On display are furniture, paintings, sculpture, china, ceramics, silverware, tools, toys and games, ...

Historical Place, History Museum, Religious Center

1507 Orthodox St
Philadelphia   PA 19124

Wagner Free Institute of Science

Founded in 1855, the Wagner Free Institute of Science is dedicated to providing free public education in science. Its programs include free courses and lectures, field trips ...

Education, Historical Place, Museum

1700 W Montgomery Ave
Philadelphia   PA 19121

Pennsylvania School for the Deaf

The Pennsylvania School for the Deaf is the third-oldest school of its kind in the United States. Its founder, David G. Seixas (1788–1864), was a Philadelphia crockery ...

High School, Historical Place, Landmark, Medical & Health, School, Specialty School

7500 Germantown Ave
Philadelphia   PA 19144

Augustus Lutheran Church

Augustus Lutheran Church, built from 1743–1745 in Trappe, Pennsylvania, is the oldest unchanged Lutheran church building in the United States in continuous use by the ...

Historical Place, Landmark, Lutheran Church, Religious Center

717 W Main St
Collegeville   PA 666

Newtown Historic Association

The Newtown Historic Association, Inc. was incorporated in 1964 as an organization dedicated to the preservation of Newtown's historical heritage. Our mission is to stimulate ...

Education, Historical Place, History Museum, Research Service

105 Court St
Newtown   PA 18940

John Coltrane House

The John Coltrane House is a historic house at 1511 33rd Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA. A National Historic Landmark, it was the home of American saxophonist and ...

Historic Sugartown

Historic Sugartown, preserves a 19th-century village located in Malvern, PA, offering engaging programs that provide meaningful connections to the past. Founded in 1983, ...

Historical Place, Museum, Non-Profit Organization

690 Sugartown Road, PO Box 1423
Malvern   PA 19355

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