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  • 126 Elfreths Alley Philadelphia, PA 19106-2006
    215-574-0560
    House 126, on the nation's oldest continuously occupied residential street, was home to three mantuamakers, or dressmakers, from 1762-1813. They are typical of 18th Century urban women who worked...
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  • 200 S. Market St Ligonier, PA 15658-1242
    724-238-9701
    This reconstructed and restored fort is open to the public for self-guided tours. Fort Ligonier is considered to have the world's finest archeological artifacts from the French and Indian War.
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  • 1 Washington Pkwy. Farmington, PA 15437
    724-329-5512
    Fort Necessity National Battlefield commemorates the events surrounding the start of the French and Indian War. The main park unit contains the reconstructed Fort Necessity, the historic Mount...
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  • 7227 Reynolds St. Pittsburgh, PA 15208-2919
    412-371-0600
    The Frick Art and Historical Center is open to the public thanks to the generosity of Helen Clay Frick. Throughout her life, Helen retained a fondness for "Clayton", her childhood home. It was...
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  • 2207 Chestnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-545-0391
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  • 611 Spring Garden Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
    215-627-2332
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  • 6133 Germantown Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19144-2046
    215-843-0943
    Germantown, the site of the first permanent settlement of Mennonites in America, has been called "The Gateway of American Mennonitism," through which most North American Mennonites have...
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  • 1001 Cathedral Rd. Bryn Athyn, PA 19009
    267-502-2600
    Glencairn Museum educates visitors about the history of religion, using art and artifacts from a variety of cultures and time periods. Religious life through the ages is presented by means of a...
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  • 859 County Line Rd. Horsham, PA 19044
    215-343-0965
    This unusual country house on 42 acres was erected between 1723 and 1735 and served as the summer home for colonial Governor Sir William Keith. Sold to Dr. Thomas Graeme in 1739, it is the only...
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  • 522 E. Main St. Girard, PA 16417-1713
    814-774-3653
    Featuring an Underground Railroad exhibit and a Dan Rice memorabilia display.
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