On this President’s Day, the National Constitution Center has several events planned to entertain and educate.
George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, James Madison, and John Adams weren’t just Presidents, they were also great gardeners.
Langston Galloway scored 18 points and keyed a decisive 21-2 first half run as Saint Joseph’s held on for a 73-66 win over George Washington on Saturday.
St. Joe’s looks to stay hot against George Washington.
The “Washington’s Birthday Encampment and Pilgrimage” is the oldest continuous scouting event in the world.
Philadelphia is known as the ‘Cradle of Liberty’ for good reason. The city served as the first capital of the United States and was home to the original White House.
Executive Director Charles Croce says the first gallery offers an overview of the city’s 300 year history, using an inventive combination of historic objects and first person narratives from contemporary Philadelphians.
Temple gets another Atlantic 10 win.
Temple goes for their seventh straight win.
Listen to what Fran Dunphy has to say about Temple’s game with George Washington.
Lisa Acker Moulder, director of the Betsy Ross House, says that from December 26th through 31st, they’ll be hosting free historic chocolate-making demonstrations.
The site, which opened just ten months ago on Independence Mall, has been plagued with technical problems right from the beginning.
A George Washington one-day exhibit will take place at the Society’s 13th and Locust building on Wednesday, August 3rd.
A new exhibit on George Washington at the National Constitution Center comes with an electronic version of “Washington slept here.”
A new exhibit that promises a behind-the-scenes look at our nation’s first president opens Friday at the National Constitution Center.