Regional North America United States Pennsylvania Localities P Philadelphia Arts and Entertainment
Includes sites for regional artistic, cultural, and entertainment activities, events, institutions, organizations, etc.
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Betsy Ross House
Presents history of the house, flag maker and flag, program descriptions and visitor's guide.
The Free Library of Philadelphia
Catalog, child and teen area, collections, electronic resources, services, events, and links.
Glen Foerd on the Delaware
Offers tours of an Italianate mansion. Includes history, preservation projects, hours, calendar of events, memberships, volunteering, and directions.
Hidden River Arts
A non-profit literary, visual and performing arts arts organization in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
Includes Verizon Hall, home of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Perelman Theater, Pennsylvania Ballet, and the Academy of Music. Offers subscription and ticket information and purchases.
The Mann Center
Performance art and music venue with arts outreach programs. Event calendar, directions, and online ticket ordering.
Philadelphia Art Alliance
Multidisciplinary exhibition space for the visual, literary and performing arts. Information on exhibits, programs and members. Includes news and directions.
Philadelphia Guild of Handweavers
Meeting schedule, calendar, workshops, guild news. Located in Manayunk.
Philadelphia Museum of Art Craft Show
An annual show. Show information and an archive of photos.
Philadelphia School of Circus Arts
Offers classes and private lessons for youth and adults. Includes descriptions, schedules, upcoming events, staff profiles, class and studio policies, information about summer camp, map and directions.
Shofuso Japanese House and Garden
Discover this authentic 17th century style Japanese house and garden with koi pond located in Fairmount Park. Includes an events calendar and membership information.
Plantation house designed and built by James Logan, the representative of the Penn family in America. Features a guided tour that reveals the lifestyles of three family generations during the period 1730-1830. Includes details of collections, hours, admission, memberships, map and directions.
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