Revolutionary Germantown Festival
Saturday October 2, 2021 | 10 AM - 4 PM
Free to the Public | Fun for All | Masks Required
The 2021 Revolutionary Germantown Festival will continue its forty-plus year tradition of being a free event commemorating Germantown's Revolutionary history. Visitors will be able to engage with the sites in Historic Germantown through family-friendly activities that highlight the diverse experiences of the men, women and children who lived in 1777 Germantown. The festival promises to be a day of fun and exploration!
There will be a musket and artillery demonstration at 12pm during the festival. The demonstration displays some violent content including black powder demonstrations.
In accordance with City of Philadelphia mandates, visitors will be required to wear masks while on Cliveden's grounds. For information about the City of Philadelphia mandates, click here. Cliveden staff will continue monitoring the city and CDC guidelines as the festival draws closer.
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Germantown Avenue will be closed between Upsal and Johnson Streets from 7am to 5pm.
Germantown is accessible through the following public transportation routes:
SEPTA Bus Routes
- 18 Bus: Fox Chase to Cedarbrook Plaza
- 23 Bus: Center City to Chestnut Hill
- H Bus: Broad-Erie to Cheltenham-Ogontz
- XH Bus: Broad-Erie to Cheltenham-Ogontz
SEPTA Regional Lines
Chestnut Hill East Regional Line: Travels to and from Center City Philadelphia
Chestnut Hill West Regional Line: Travels to and from Center City Philadelphia
Street parking is available in the surrounding neighborhoods on a first come, first serve basis.