1805 Pine St

Philadelphia, PA 19103

Neighborhood: Center City

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The Civil War & Underground Railroad Museum was founded in 1888 and has been at the 1805 Pine St location since 1922. This museum is designed to inspire a better understanding of the trials and tribulations of the Civil War period of American History.

THE MUSEUM IS TEMPORARILY CLOSED UNTIL 2010 TO MOVE TO ITS NEW LOCATION.

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