Paulsdale

Paulsdale, Mount Laurel: Address, Phone Number, Paulsdale Reviews: 5/5

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Herstory_62
Philadelphia, PA528 contributions
Herstory
Oct 2018 • Friends
Recapturing, recording & perpetuating women's history (Herstory) is vitally important & there is no better place to begin than Paulsdale. Much more than a museum to a martyred champion, in a bucolic setting, the Alice Paul Institute continues her work with challenging programs to educate & train future leaders. Bring your daughters & sons!
Written October 25, 2018
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TravelwithLori
Mount Laurel, NJ45 contributions
Walk back in time
Aug 2018 • Solo
This was once a Quaker farm over 100 acres, and was the childhood home of Alice Paul. It now houses the Alice Paul Institute which is dedicated to preserving Alice's legacy. This location is one of very few historic sites commemorating women's history in the USA. There is a self guided tour, as well as Saturday tours hosted by docents - schedule on their websites. They also host many events and programs geared for youth throughout the year. Very well maintained, excellent information and very friendly staff. Not to be missed!
Written October 24, 2018
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barbarafS4425HQ
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What a great place!
Oct 2016 • Friends
Not only lot's of history, excellent staff and a great outing for a family but it's also a beautiful old farm house. I've also been to a concert on the lawn and a fundraiser held by another charity. Just a great place in Mt. Laurel
Written October 16, 2016
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lbeard2016
Philadelphia, PA6 contributions
A hidden gem
Nov 2015 • Solo
I've always been interested in Alice Paul and the ERA. Visiting her home and the "In Pursuit of Ordinary Equality" exhibit taught me so much and was very inspiring! Definitely recommend a visit! Be warned: for GPS, spell the location 128 Hooten Road (not Hooton)
Written June 9, 2016
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DotSchindlinger
Media, PA7 contributions
Beautiful, peaceful home of Alice Stokes Paul - suffragist and activist for equality
Jun 2016 • Solo
Paulsdale is a National Historic Landmark, a gorgeous 215-year old Quaker farm house, surrounded by 6 acres of preserved green space - a rarity in south Jersey. At Paulsdale, I saw a terrific exhibit showing the history of the women's equality movement - from the fight to win the right to vote, to the campaign to get the Equal Rights Amendment to the constitution passed (which still has not happened). Paulsdale - the Alice Paul Institute - runs great leadership programs for girls, as well as history programs and social events - like the "Paulsdale Uncorked," wine tasting in the fall. What a south Jersey gem!
Written June 9, 2016
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