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Elfreth's Alley

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Elfreth's Alley is America's oldest continuously occupied residential street. Stop by the gift shop at house 124 where all proceeds go to the preservation and education efforts on the Alley. Visit our house museum at #126 via a $5 tour guided by one of our knowledgable docents.
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Kukuli & Doug
Kukuli & Doug
September 1, 2019
The oldest continuosly inhabit street in the USA. A must.
Lily
Lily
November 19, 2019
Elfreth's Alley is a National Historic Landmark with homes dating back to as early as 1702. It's history is interesting, the homes are beautiful and people actually still live there. Situated in Old City Philadelphia, it is comprised of about 35 homes and will leave you plenty of time to see the…
Megan
Megan
August 30, 2019
Quaint cobblestones and the oldest street in Philadelphia.
Kira
Kira
May 29, 2019
This picturesque cobblestone street is known as the oldest continuously inhabited road in America.
Kate
Kate
July 3, 2019
Nation's first residential block
Patrick
Patrick
October 11, 2019
Elfreth's Alley is our nation's oldest residential street!

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124-126 Elfreth's Alley
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Téléphone+1 215-574-0560
Heures d'ouvertureOuvert · Ferme à 5:00 PM