STENTON IS KNOWN as one of the earliest, best-preserved and most believable historic houses in Philadelphia. Its distinguished Georgian architecture, its outstanding collection, and its superb documentation combine to create one of the most authentic house museums in the region.

Built and owned by James Logan, Secretary to Pennsylvania founder William Penn, Stenton is a house of learning, past and present. Stenton continues to be an historic object lesson for visitors, giving them a sense of what life was like in the 18th Century.

Stenton

Address
4601 North 18th Street
Philadelphia, PA 19140

Map and Directions
Programs and Events

Contact
phone: 215.329.7312
email: information@stenton.org

Hours
April – December,
Tuesday – Saturday, 1 – 4 PM
Tours run on the hour.
Second Saturdays, May-October, 12-4 PM
Walk-in tours suspended December 23 through March 31, 2018
Tours may be scheduled by appointment.

Admission
Adults – $8
Seniors & Students – $6
Children 6 & under – free

Public Transportation Nearby
SEPTA Chestnut Hill East Regional Rail Line (Wayne Junction Station)
and Broad Street Subway Line (Wyoming Station)

Visit the Stenton Website