For the first time ever during Wawa Welcome America, the Museum of American Revolution invites you to explore the opening shots of the War of Independence, from the signing of the Declaration of Independence to the creation of the American Republic, the Museum’s core exhibition explores the ideas, events, and legacies of America’s revolutionary beginnings.
Founded in 1695, Christ Church has been cited as “the finest specimen of Colonial architecture standing.” During the Revolutionary Era, it hosted the Continental Congresses and counted Benjamin Rush, Benjamin Franklin and Betsy Ross among its members. Tour the sanctuary for FREE on Saturday, June 29.
BONUS! Join Christ Church at 7 p.m. on July 4 for “Patriotic Pipes,” a FREE and family-friendly concert of traditional and contemporary organ tunes.
Did you know? Christ Church Preservation Trust oversees the Tourism program and historic preservation needs of Christ Church (2nd and Market) and its two burial grounds (2nd and Market, 5th and Arch), which hold more signers of the Declaration of Independence than any other property in America.
The best two weeks of 2019 (…so far) have arrived – Center City Restaurant Week is taking place January 13-25! Dine out at some of the city’s best restaurants, and enjoy THREE courses from their delicious menus, for just $35 for dinner, and $25 for lunch. Dining out on a student budget is by far the easiest during Restaurant Week, so text your friends and make a reservation TODAY to try out that restaurant you’ve been following on Instagram for months and have always wanted to visit!