See the humble surroundings that gave rise to one of the most famous First Ladies in US history. Other than being known as ... More
See the humble surroundings that gave rise to one of the most famous First Ladies in US history. Other than being known as the only First Lady to be burned out of the White House in 1814, Dolly Madison became legendary for her reputation as a magnificent diplomatic hostess and decorator. His modest, circa 1775 colonial home was once the home of Dolley Payne Todd, who acquired greater fame as First Lady Dolley Madison. Tickets are required but are free from the Visitor's Center.
The former Bellevue Stratford Hotel has a comfortable life these days as a combination of office space, shops, and restaurants.
Jazz club Zanzibar Blue is on the lower level, the Palm Restaurant is in the lobby, and there's a ...
See where the "master of the macabre" penned his American masterpieces. During the six years (1838 1844) that he lived
in Philadelphia, Poe wrote and published some of his most groundbreaking tales including: "The Murders in the Rue Morgue," ...
This meeting house of the Quakers has been in existence since 1693. Built on the land Philadelphia founder William Penn
gave to the devout Christian denomination, today it educates visitors about the history and beliefs of the Quakers. Guides ...
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