On Saturday, February 25th from noon – 4 p.m, Historic Strawberry Mansion will have a special one-day exhibit on display in the Exhibition Room to complement the Judge William Lewis exhibit, “A Freedom To Go Forth.” Items from the Lest We Forget Slavery Museum, the only Philadelphia area museum with an extensive collection of authentic slavery artifacts, will be on view and Lest We Forget’s curators will be on hand to discuss the artifacts with visitors.
April - December: Wednesdays - Sundays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Last tour departs at 3 p.m. Closed on major holidays. Free parking.
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