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Fort Mifflin
Fort Mifflin & Hog Island Roads
Philadelphia, Pa 19153
Cross Street: Enterprise Avenue
215.685.4167
Hours of Operation
Open to the Public March 1st to December 15th - Wednesday through Sunday 10 AM to 4 PM. Interpretive Guides in Revolutionary or Civil War Uniforms most weekends. Group Tours are available by appointment. For more information on scheduling your group tour, contact Lorraine Irby 215-685-4167

Revolutionary War battlefield completely intact. Originally built in 1771 and continuously used by the U.S. Army until 1952, Fort Mifflin is one of the most unique tourism destinations in existence. During the Revolutionary War the garrison at Fort Mifflin was ordered by General George Washington to hold off the British Navy so the Continental Army could make its way to their winter encampment at Valley Forge. Washington wrote that the defense of the Delaware River was “of the utmost importance to America.”Today, you can tour Fort Mifflin’s 14 authentic restored buildings and walk among some of the most beautiful flora and fauna along the Delaware River. Open to the Public March 1st through December 15th, Wednesday through Sunday 10 Am to 4 Pm. Open everyday all year long for School, Scout Groups and Special Occasions. Have a picnic along its banks, tour the walls and parapets of this timeless sentinel or enjoy a living history demonstration. It is all here at…

  • Birthday Partys: Birthday Party Fees: Up to 30 Guests - $250 Over 30 Guests - $300 (call for details on additional party packages.) Site Rental Fees: From $1000 (depending on group sizes) For more information or to book a special event, such as a birthday party package, wedding or fund-raiser, please call Lorraine Irby @ 215.685.4167.
  • Admission
  • Adults $6, Children $3

    Hours: Wed-Sun, 10am-4pm
    Closed: Mon.-Tues.

    Fort Mifflin Road
    Philadelphia, Pa. 19153
    (215) 685-4167

  • Stars & Stripes Program:This program uses the theme of symbolism to tell the story of the national flags, in particular the American Stars & Stripes. Our flag history begins with the British and French colors, flies through Colonial and Regimental flags, and finally explores the many official flags of the United States throughout our history. Students will make a flag that symbolizes their distinct personality. We will also demonstrate the proper way to care and display the American flag. Cost $8 per student & chaperone (teachers free.)
  • Stars & Stripes Program:This program uses the theme of symbolism to tell the story of the national flags, in particular the American Stars & Stripes. Our flag history begins with the British and French colors, flies through Colonial and Regimental flags, and finally explores the many official flags of the United States throughout our history. Students will make a flag that symbolizes their distinct personality. We will also demonstrate the proper way to care and display the American flag. Cost $8 per student & chaperone (teachers free.)

     

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