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Casual visitors, artists and fabric buyers alike enjoy the fusion of the brilliant textile displays and on-site working fabric design shop of this unique museum. Located in an industrial loft, original designs from some of the most notable names in the fabric art world are on display. The institution also gets the community involved with the Apprentice in Training program that educates students about every characteristic of the textile production process and the artistic aspect. The gift shop also sells prints and other items.
Chestnut Street is perfect for window shopping. With plenty of great stores, such as Boyd's, Maron Chocolates and Shops at Liberty Place, you can lose track of time. Not only are there a lot of stores, a 10 block section has been closed to traffic so pedestrians can have an easier time shopping. So grab some friends and shop the day away.
The history of the First Baptist Church of Philadelphia can be traced back to 1698 at which time the congregation met and worshipped at an old abandoned building which they shared with a group of Presbyterians. From these humble beginnings, the church grew in size and stature, and eventually moved in to the existing church building. This impressive structure was constructed in 1808, and what a magnificent sight it is. Dominated by a large central spire, the church is spacious and richly decorated with rich gilded paint and mould work. A vibrant and welcoming place of worship, the church supports a host of community groups, outreach programs and support groups, apart from its religious activities. All are welcomed with open arms to join the congregation in prayer and worship.
Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau is the official visitor and global convention center of the Quaker City, Philadelphia. When it comes to traveling to Philly, they offer the best information regarding every aspect of your stay - hotel packages, suggested tours, tourist attractions, events and much more. The consultants at Philadelphia Convention Center can help you plan your itinerary so you can soak in all the culture, dining and entertainment the city has to offer. Sponsored by the city's tourism board, The Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau is well-informed about all the major happenings and interesting events in and around Philadelphia region. Their job is to help you enjoy your stay in 'The City of Brotherly Love' and they do manage to make a swell job of it! For more information, check their website or call on their toll free number.
Hailed as the number one Broadway roadhouse, Merriam Theater has contributed greatly to the vibrant cultural scene in Philadelphia, importing the latest hit Broadway musicals for local audiences. An important cultural hub in the city, the theater is home to the Pennsylvania Ballet and also hosts a number of music concerts and theatrical productions. The venue is also available on rent for private and social events.
Milkboy was established as a recording company in 1994 and was later transformed into a restaurant in 2006. In 2011, it was relocated to the present address which is now a full-time bar, restaurant as well as an event venue. Enjoy shows performed by local artists in genres of music and theater. Tease your taste buds with delicious dishes such as Applewood Smoked Turkey, Hangover Burger accompanied with drinks like beer and creative cocktails.