As a national historic site, we maintain and welcome visitors to the
burial ground of great abolitionists and early women’s rights leaders
As a community partner for literacy, we support our Fairhill elementary schools with school libraries, reading tutors, parent classroom assistants, and parent education.
As a center for community gardens and greening,
we teach young people the skills of growing food
and partner in seven gardens and street tree planting.
As a gathering and educational center, we host field trips
and family friendly events.
Winter open hours:
HFH is locked in the winter, but neighbors have the combination to the lock.
History visitors should call 215-870-8348 and a neighbor will be found to unlock.