Attractions

Cemetery in University City & West Philadelphia

Woodlands

This National Historic Landmark is a 54-acre cemetery that was once the country seat of William Hamilton, who hailed from a family of wealthy colonial lawyers and politicians. Two of Hamilton's 18th-century building…
Cemetery in Logan Square & Fairmount

Laurel Hill Cemetery

Founded in 1836 this was the first cemetery in the US to be named a National Historic Landmark. Numerous prominent Philadelphians are buried here, including David Rittenhouse and Frank Furness. A packed schedule of …
Memorial in Rittenhouse Square & Center City West

A Quest for Parity: The Octavius V Catto Memorial

Unveiled in 2017 on the south side of City Hall, amazingly this is the first monument in the city dedicated to an individual African American. A successful activist who led the battle to desegregate Philly’s public …
Christian Cemetery in Old City & Society Hill

Christ Church Burial Ground

Hard to believe, but back in the early 18th century this was the outskirts of town, thus the ideal location for a burial ground. The cemetery is the final resting place for over 4000 members of Christ Church, includ…