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This may be a church cemetery turned into park open to the public at daytime, but it doesn’t make creepy or anything like that - these are historic graves, next to beautiful church, tall towering trees, and a quiet surrounding off the beaten path. There...More
Located in historic, old-town Philadelphia, this church is gorgeous. Lovely cemetery with green space that people are welcome to walk through. Beautiful architecture inside, with a unique high altar.
There is a bit of a 'baby step' to get into the church, so wheelchairs might...More
St Peter's is a very nice church, even if it is kind of a weird one. The altar is under the organ at one end of the church, and the pulpit is at the other. Therefore, the pews face both ways. The church is also...More
St Peter's is only a little younger than the more famous nearby Christ Church--also built in the Colonial era, it has retained its box pews. It has a spectacular wineglass pulpit , and because William White was Rector of both Christ Church and St Peter's,...More
A beautiful neighborhood on its own, we had a lovely walk on a sunny Sunday morning, stopping into all the historic cemeteries. St. Peter's in particular has a wonderful tour audio tour that you can follow. Many historic figures buried here, including several from the...More
This elegant and historic church has been well maintained and is used on a daily bases. It is situated in the heart of the Society Hill neighborhood. The cemetery has been featured in several feature films.