History of Lemon Hill
Philadelphia merchant Henry Pratt built this stately summer villa in 1800 on property formerly owned by Robert Morris.
Named after the lemon trees that Morris grew in the green house nearby, Lemon Hill was designed in the neoclassical style and features graceful, oval rooms with curved doors and fireplaces.
@ Lemon Hill
Sounds of the Season
Philadelphia Clef Club of Jazz and the Performing Arts featuring: The Daud El Bakara Duo10:30am-11:45am The Sam Reed Band12:00pm-2:00pm The Clef Club Student Ensemble2:15pm-3:45pm Play on Philly! Brass10:25am
Mary Ann Tancredi (vocalist) and John McIntyre - Christmas music & Caroling 10:30am-12:15pm Valerie Rushmore (vocalist) and Bill Dooley (guitar)12:30pm-1pm The Coyotes-acoustic roots music1pm-3pm The Carnival Ghosts-folk, rock& jam music3pm-4pm
Flavors of the season
Shane Confectionery10:00am-4:00pm Assorted gourmet chocolates and candies Chocolate making demo-all day