Johnson House Historic Site

6306 Germantown Avenue

The Johnson House Historic Site, Inc. is Philadelphia’s only accessible and intact stop on the Underground Railroad. During the 19th century, and for several generations beyond The Johnson Housewas owned by a family of Quaker abolitionists who worked with other European Americans, and African Americans — free and enslaved, to secure safe passage to freedom along the extensive network of clandestine routes and safe houses known as the Underground Railroad.

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Events at this location

april

20apr2:00 pm4:00 pmJohnson House Historic Site: Busting Myths - Autistic Self-Advocates Speak Out