If you think it’s hot today, just imagine what it was like in 1776 with no air conditioning. “You didn’t go out in the noon sun unless you were are farmer or something like that.”
Once Upon a Nation in Philadelphia is offering people the chance to learn “little known pieces of history” as part of a special program that runs through the end of July.
“The carousel is running, there’s miniature golf to play, and of course Squareburger to eat,” says Amy Needle, president and CEO of Historic Philadelphia, the agency that runs the tourist venue.
It should come as no surprise that almost all the libraries of Philadelphia have stories that are as historically rich as the materials within the buildings.
Trying to figure out a way to spend a snow day that doesn’t include a couch and TV? Then look no further than this list of fun and exciting activities great for the whole family.
If you were near Independence Mall on Friday afternoon, you would have heard the bell of the clock tower ringing for the first time in 18 months.
With a lot of summer camps wrapping up and a good couple of weeks to go before Labor Day, what do you do with the kids for the rest of the summer? One organization suggests you go historic.
The National Park Service is opening the bidding process for a new 10-year lease on the landmark property at 2nd and Walnut Streets.
Historic Philadelphia is the place to be this weekend, where you can visit the traveling “Civil War Road Show.” Amy Needle, the CEO of Historic Philadelphia, stopped by Talk Philly to talk about the events […]
The newest crop of Philadelphia historymakers and storytellers begin their work this Memorial Day weekend after graduating at a ceremony at the Betsy Ross House.
Historic Philadelphia has a new history maker on its books, thanks, in large part, to the zeal of the actor for the part.
“This is absolutely delicious,” said a George Washington reënactor after plowing into a honkin’ piece of chocolate mousse birthday cake served up by Martha.