Arch Street Meeting House is both a museum and active Quaker place of worship that was built in 1804 on property originally deeded to the Religious Society of Friends by William Penn as a burial ground. In fact, approximately 20,000 burials occurred on Arch Street Meeting House’s historic grounds! Step inside this active Quaker meeting house to learn more about the stories of the people, the building, and the grounds of Arch Street.
Visit our website historicasmh.org to learn more about our history, museum hours, or to schedule a tour or rental.
For more information about our worship community, please visit: https://www.fgcquaker.org/cloud/monthly-meeting-friends-philadelphia-arch-street-quakers