Ashbridge Memorial Park
Ashbridge Memorial Park is a historic site that houses the Harriton House Museum. Nature park. (13.0 Acres) . Today, the 1704 house has been faithfully restored to the period of Charles Thomson's occupancy between 1789 and 1824. The house is furnished with a fine collection of 18th-century American decorative arts, including objects owned and used by Charles Thomson. The Harriton Association maintains a growing collection of both primary and secondary sources relating to the site and its occupants. The Harriton House is surrounded by a spacious park, complete with gardens and a stream. A community vegetable garden and orchard have been started, which are complemented by the site apiary and beekeeping program. $5 admission, students are free.
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