NE History & Culture
The Greater Northeast Philadelphia Region is a goldmine of interesting sites and rich in history. Our Chamber is excited to spotlight some of our favorites. Please check back often as we grow and develop this page.
Northeast Philadelphia is rich in history and as we develop this section we will offer interesting information about our area and contributed by experts in history and Northeast Philadelphia.
Music and Art play an important role in the history of our region and is growing strong in Northeast Philadelphia. As we develop this section we will highlight the history of Arts, Music, and Culture and showcase how it plays an important role in today’s culture.
Parks, Recreation, and the Great Outdoors
Northeast Philadelphia has some of the finest parks and historical landmarks in the City of Philadelphia. Visit these locations and experience the spender in our own backyard.
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Glen Foerd http://www.glenfoerd.org/
Bartram’s Garden http://bartramsgarden.org/
Merchant Exchange Building http://www.merchantsexchangebuilding.com/
Philadelphia Society for Preservation http://www.philalandmarks.org/
Historical Society of Pennsylvania https://hsp.org/
The Historical Society of Frankford http://thehistoricalsocietyoffrankford.org/
The Frankford Avenue Bridge (King’s Highway)
Independence National Historical Park
Spruce Street Harbor Park and Blue Cross River Rink
North Cedar Hill Cemetery
The Laurel Hill Cemetery – http://www.thelaurelhillcemetery.org/index.php?flash=1
Greenwood (Knights if Pythias) Cemetery http://www.kpgreenwoodcemetery.org/
Pennypack Woods More http://www.frankfordhistoricalsociety.org/HSF-data.pdf