Fair Hill Burial Ground is a 300-year old Quaker burial ground, a site on the National Register of Historic Places. It is a beautiful, fenced, and well maintained 4.5-acres at 2900 Germantown Ave. in North Philadelphia between Lehigh & Allegheny.
The mission of Historic Fair Hill, Inc. is to
The Pennsylvania Federation of Museums and Historic Sites has awarded Historic Fair Hill an Institutional Honorable Mention in their 2015 Annual Special Achievement Awards for our Literacy Programming born of the ideals of the people interred at HFH
CONGRATULATIONS TO OUR 2015 BLACK HISTORY ESSAY CONTEST WINNERS & THANK YOU TO OUR AWARD CELEBRATION GUEST SPEAKER SENATOR SHIRLEY KITCHEN
Donations from friends restored the historic site from desolation in the 1990’s to its state of peaceful beauty today. Your annual donations today keep the burial ground maintained and open to the public.
Click to watch City Kids and Big Trees, a video showing the impact of Fair Hill's restoration on neighborhood children.