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  • 250 Sharon Ave. Sharon Hill, PA 19079-2032
    610-586-8200
    The Sharon Hill Historical Commission records the history of the borough and helps to preserve historic sites in the area. The commission's meetings are open to the public.
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  • 8th and Race Streets Philadelphia, PA 19107
    215-625-5243
    Part of the Temple University School of Podiatric Medicine's Center for the History of Foot Care and Footwear, the Shoe Museum includes more than a thousand items of footwear, from Egyptian burial...
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  • 3500 Reservoir Drive Philadelphia, PA 19121
    215-765-4325
    Smith Memorial Playground and Playhouse is a century-old wonderland of play located in beautiful East Fairmount Park, in Philadelphia. The huge, three-story 1899 Playhouse offers a block room, a...
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  • Departs from 325 Chesnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-525-1776
    The Spiritis of '76 Ghost Tour is 1 part history, 2parts haunt! Dare to visit more than 20 of Philly's Frights & Sights to hear Philadelphia's haunted facts and folklore. Experience Philadelphia's...
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  • 401 S. Columbus Boulevard at Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19106
    Spruce Street Harbor Park opens on Friday, June 27, 2014 and is currently slated to remain open through Sunday, August 31. Throughout the two months, visitors to the waterfront will be able to take...
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  • Founders Hall, Girard College, Corinthian & Girard avenues Philadelphia, PA 19121
    215-787-2680
    The museum shows the original furnishings Stephen Girard lived with in Philadelphia (1776-1831).
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  • 2450 Strawberry Mansion Dr., East Fairmount Park Philadelphia, PA 19130
    215-228-8364
    The mansion was built in 1789 as a summer home by William Lewis, one of the most accomplished and well-known lawyers of his generation. ...
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  • 1 Sweetbriar Dr. Philadelphia, PA 19131-3723
    215-222-1333
    This mansion is a Federal-style house built in 1797 by Congressman Samuel Breck. The luxurious interior includes a chandelier and floor-to-ceiling windows that overlook the Schuylkill River.
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  • LaCrosse and Wycombe Ave. Lansdowne, PA 19050
    610-622-6643
    Public park with a 350-year-old Sycamore tree which is one of the largest in Pennsylvania.
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  • 4th & Walnut streets Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-965-2305
    The Todd House was once the home of Dolley Todd, who was to become Dolley Madison and one of the most famous first ladies. Today the house is a museum depicting a middle-class Quaker home of the...
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