Saturday, October 12, 2019 – 10am

WALK LEADER: Jim Murphy
MEETING PLACE: Outside National Constitution Center (5th/Arch streets)
Free. All are welcome. Rain or shine.

Celebrate William Penn’s 375th birthday with a special off-season Jane’s Walk!

Jim Murphy, a Philadelphia history writer and a certified member of the Association of Philadelphia Tour Guides, will be your guide for a walk through Old City and Society Hill exploring how William Penn transformed a ‘Howling Wilderness’ into Philadelphia, the fastest growing city in the colonies.

Walk includes stops at Arch Street Meeting House, Chief Tamaned Statue, Welcome Park, Dock Street/Creek, historic churches on Pine Street, and will conclude at Washington Square by 1pm.

WALK NOTES:

  • Accessibility considerations: Busy sidewalks/streets. Uneven city sidewalk/street conditions. Loud noises.
  • OK for kids.
  • Has rest breaks.
  • Dogs and bicycles welcome.

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