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History

Steeped in a historical community, Herman St. Studios offers a setting unparalleled in the artisan community.
Submerge yourself in the inspirational community that includes:

  • The Germantown Mennonite Church, the very first North American Mennonite church
  • The Settlement Music School
  • The Wyck Historic House, Garden and Farm which was home to 9 generations of the same Quaker family
  • Awbury Arboretum, a 55 acre expanse which includes the historic Francis Cope House
  • Clivden of The Natural Trust, site of the battle of Germantown
  • Concord School & Upper Burial Ground, Germantown’s first English language school
  • Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion, Victorian House Museum, and garden
  • Germantown Historical Society, headquarters for Germantown history
  • Germantown’s White House, George Washington’s summer home
  • Grumblethorpe, John Wister’s Big House built in 1744
  • Historical Fair Hill, final resting place of important abolitionists and reformers
  • Historic Rittenhousetown, site of America’s first paper mill
  • Hood Cemetery, grave site of Germantowners and soldiers
  • Johnson House, one of a few remaining underground railroads
  • La Salle University Art Museum
  • Stenton, John Logan’s summer house
1886, Germantown Hosiery Mills, Conyers Button & Co.

1886, Germantown Hosiery Mills, Conyers Button & Co.

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    Herman Street Studios
    20 E Herman Street
    Philadelphia, PA 19144
    Tel: 215-669-2993