Attractions & Activities in Philadelphia & The Countryside PA

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  • 599 Newtown Rd. Warminster, PA 18974
    Craven Hall is a stately Federal/Greek Revival home built in stages between 1790 and 1845 and serves as the headquarters of the Craven Hall Historical Society, Inc. The house is located on a ¾ acre...
  • 1853 Wrightstown Rd. Washington Crossing, PA 18977
    Crossing Vineyards and Winery is located on a 200 year-old Bucks County estate, less than a mile from the place where George Washington crossed the Delaware River in 1776. The tasting room and gift...
  • 5427 Germantown Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19144-2223
    Tour one of the largest and oldest piano restoration factories in existence and watch as musical treasures are brought back to life. Patrick J. Cunningham founded Cunningham Piano Company and...
  • 925 Canal Stree Bristol, PA 19007
    Their mission is to distill and deliver classic Pennsylvania Rye spirits that follow over 200 years of American tradition. Dad's Hat Rye® uses locally-sourced ingredients to distill their famous ...
  • 500 W. Germantown Pike Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462
    Great food, lively atmosphere, and an awesome gaming room! A unique location for your next private party or corporate event; we have it all, for all ages! Eat, drink, play
  • 1201 River Rd. Washington Crossing, PA 18977
    Learn more about the times and events that shaped the nation at the David Library of the American Revolution. This specialized library makes primary source materials on the period from 1750 - 1800...
  • 7th and Market Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106
    The Declaration House is the place where Thomas Jefferson wrote his draft of the Declaration of Independence. Today it is a house museum furnished in colonial manner with exhibits concerning...
  • 145 S. Main St. New Hope, PA 18938-1201
    The Friends of the Delaware Canal maintain this restored 19th century locktender's house on the Delaware Canal. A "Life at the Lock" exhibit depicts canal workers and their families at work and play.
  • 408 Avenue of the States Chester, PA 19013
    Research library. History and genealogy in Delaware County - "Where Pennsylvania began."
  • 301 Main St. Collegeville, PA 19473-2334
    The Dewees Museum is in a 1750 building once owned by General Peter Muhlenberg. It houses the library and archives for the Historical Society of Trappe.
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