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  • Detailed Costs
    TABLE LINEN 54 X 54 8 00 4 x 120 banquet 11 00 90 Round 10 75 Napkins each 85 CHAIRS White Formica 2 95 White Wood Padded 4 75 UMBRELLA Yellow and White 16 00 Equipment Delivery Fee 75 00 Book An Event At Belmont Mansion Book An Event General Rates Detailed Rates Preferred Caterers Written Directions Attend An Event Attend An Event At Belmont Mansion Get more details

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  • Preferred Caterers
    must contact Belmont Mansion upon signing agreement with preferred caterers Aaron the Caterer 215 276 4033 267 250 3259 J Cabot Catering Co 215 574 0887 Culinary Designs 215 885 4581 Festivities Caterers 610 889 0750 Grand Buffets Catering 610 630 1900 610 304 4077 Rochelle Maiden 215 438 8479 Totally Vegetarian Catering Inc 267 257 8313 Tuxedo Caterers 215 848 6777 Book An Event At Belmont Mansion Book An

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  • Belmont Mansion Phila Pa
    Take the Benjamin Franklin Parkway west toward the Art Museum circle pass in front of the museum Drive down to West River Drive Go west to Montgomery Drive second light Make a left onto Montgomery Drive At first street Belmont Mansion Drive make a right Proceed to the top of the hill to the Belmont Mansion From East of Philadelphia Take the Schuylkill Expressway to the City Line Avenue exit

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  • About Belmont Mansion
    colonization to the present The property around Belmont Mansion was initially a group of farms William Peters an English lawyer and land management agent for the Penn family bought the property in 1742 Peters designed and built Belmont Mansion and he created formal gardens surrounding the Mansion As the American Revolution approached Belmont Mansion passed to William s son Richard Peters Richard served as Secretary of the Board of War

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  • About Belmont Mansion 2
    Peters served in a variety of positions including Speaker of the Pennsylvania Assembly Pennsylvania State Senator and Judge of the United States District Court He also was an environmental scientist and he converted the Belmont Estate into a working model farm to promote scientific agriculture Judge Richard Peters was also a member of the Pennsylvania Society for the Abolition of Slavery Notably he opposed the Fugitive Slave Act of 1793

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  • About Belmont Mansion 3
    Peters The Belmont Estate was transformed by commercial development such as railroads stone quarries oil refining and a country resort for private parties The property became part of Fairmount Park in 1869 as part of a program to preserve the quality of water In anticipation of the Philadelphia Centennial Exposition in 1876 a large dining pavilion was built alongside Belmont Mansion The site continued to be used for public entertaining

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  • Hours American Swedish
    Historical Museum American Swedish Historical Museum Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park Philadelphia PA More Information Opening Hours Tuesday Friday 10 00 AM 4 00 PM Saturday Sunday Noon 4 00 PM Closed on Mondays and Holidays Group Tours and programs for school classes available reservations required The Museum also offers lectures cooking classes Swedish language classes and genline genealogy sessions for adults American Swedish Historical Museum 1900 Pattison Avenue Philadelphia PA

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  • About American Swedish
    been dedicated to preserving and promoting Swedish and Swedish American cultural heritage and traditions The Museum is a place where Swedes Swedish Americans and people of all nationalities who appreciate Swedish contributions to history art architecture music science and technology can come together The beautiful Museum building was designed by the Swedish American architect John Nyden His design was inspired by Eriksberg Slott a 17th century mansion in Sweden and Mount Vernon George Washington s home in Virginia On June 2 1926 Sweden s Crown Prince Gustav Adolf placed the Museum s cornerstone By October the following year the construction was nearly finished The Museum today consists of 12 permanent galleries one changing exhibition gallery and a library Three of the Museum s permanent galleries are devoted to the history of the New Sweden Colony established in the Delaware Valley in 1638 The museum provides a wealth of information about this often unfamiliar period in our history Other galleries ranging in style from Art Deco to International concentrate on more recent Swedish contributions including those of John Ericsson who built the Monitor Fredrika Bremer novelist and women s rights activist and Jenny Lind the soprano A Swedish farm house interior

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