Arch Street Friends Meeting House

Arch Street Friends Meeting House – Sitting atop the first burial ground in Philadelphia, Arch Street Meeting House welcomes visitors to learn more about Quaker history through exhibits and programs. The building has been in continuous use as a place of worship since it was constructed in 1804.

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Mexico & Central American Gallery and Africa Galleries Mexico & Central American Gallery and Africa Galleries The next major phase of the Penn Museum’s building transformation culminates with the opening of the newly restored Mexico & Central American Gallery and Africa Galleries, each complete with new interpretive displays that offer unique new perspectives on the fascinating and diverse collections held by the storied, 130-year-old museum.


Nottingham, Pa Fireworks

Philadelphia, PAJune 29. (Rain date: June 30.) 6-11 p.m. 150 Park Road, (610) 932-2589, www.chesco.org - Nottingham, Nottingham’s 651-acre, National Natural Landmark county park offers an evening of live music and food vendors capped with fireworks in advance of Independence Day.


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