Carpenter’s Hall-Philadelphia, PA.


Carpenter’s Hall was designed as a place for carpenters to hold their guild meetings. This guild was formed in 1772, buy cialis and is the oldest of its kind in the United States. The modern day Carpenter’s Company still holds its quarterly meetings here and sit in these original chairs.


This beautiful Georgian style building is where the first Continental Congress met in 1774.


So that’s about all we had time for. It was getting late and we didn’t want to get caught in rush hour traffic, healing so we decided we had better get going. We had such a fun time and can’t wait to go back again. Maybe the art museum next, who knows. If you have never been to Philadelphia, you really have to go. It’s a beautiful city and there is so much to see, but remember, don’t bring any gum, because that nasty park ranger will hunt you down and he’ll tell everyone that you have some. Heaven forbid! You really should eat at City Tavern too, the atmosphere is lovely and historic.
Happy day everyone.

2 Responses to “Carpenter’s Hall-Philadelphia, PA.”

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    Boy, would I love to have those chairs!!! I enjoyed seeing it!

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