A NATIONAL HISTORIC LANDMARK, Johnson House Historic Site, Inc. (JHHS) is one of the few remaining Underground Railroad Stations in Philadelphia open to the public. The Johnson House was home to three generations of a Quaker family who worked with European Americans and African Americans, freed and enslaved, to abolish slavery and improve living conditions for freed African Americans.

Johnson House

Address
6306 Germantown Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19119

Map and Directions
Programs and Events

Contact
phone: 215.438.1768
email: info@johnsonhouse.org

Hours
Saturdays, tours at 1:15, 2:15, 3:15
Thursday and Friday walk-in tours, 10am-4pm during the Fall and Spring
Saturday tours offered year-round,
Thursday and Friday walk-in tours suspended mid-June through Labor Day,
and December through January.

Tours may be scheduled by appointment.

Admission
Adults – $10
Seniors – $7
Children 12 & Under – $4

Public Transportation Nearby
SEPTA 23 bus route

Visit the Johnson House Website