Posts Tagged ‘Museum of the American Revolution’

Rare Collection Of Early American Flags Explores The Evolution Of Old Glory

Rare Collection Of Early American Flags Explores The Evolution Of Old Glory

June 28, 2019  |  News

An antique flag dealer teamed up with the Museum of the American Revolution to put our nation's Stars and Stripes into perspective with "A New Constellation: A Collection of 13 Star Flags." Virginia Lindak has the details > more

Curator Previews The Museum Of The American Revolution

Curator Previews The Museum Of The American Revolution

October 26, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Retelling an old story, Frankford CDC prepares new HQ, PHA leases out old HQ, shooting raises safety concerns for Rittenhouse Square, and waiting on Spruce Hill development to start > more

Grant Awarded To Expand Tourists' Conception Of The

Grant Awarded To Expand Tourists’ Conception Of The “Original City”

September 13, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Tourism agency receives $2 million for marketing Old City, more Silverliner V woes for SEPTA, Kenney signs nuisance business bill, and revolutionary artillery on display on Chestnut Street > more

Museum of American Revolution To Unveil Public Plaza Next Month

Museum of American Revolution To Unveil Public Plaza Next Month

August 29, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Old City museum to debut outdoor plaza prior to spring opening, lighting the Divine Lorraine signs, the economics and politics of changing a neighborhood’s name, fire destroys church in West Philly, and bike racks for Tasker-Morris > more

Resurrecting Mount Moriah

Resurrecting Mount Moriah

August 1, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Mount Moriah reawakens, “Newbold" neighborhood rebranding wears thin, Kensington brewery buildings threatened by development, and Museum of American Revolution announces replica ship feature > more