Multicultural Arts Exchange's multicultural performances in dance, singing, concert, theater, and spoken word are held in various venues throughout the local regional area. This connects the people with authentic experiences in an accessible way.
In an area world renowned for celebrating the arts, holding Multicultural Arts Exchange multicultural performances in various local venues throughout the region keeps connections to the world enthusiastic and strong. Connecting community members, building new friendships, and sharing in culture are a few benefits of spreading out these performances throughout the region, allowing families to enjoy true quality time together accessibly, and keeping cultural connections strong.
Congregations of Shaare Shamayim is the oldest Conservative-Traditional Synagogue in Philadelphia. Our families enjoy the option of both Traditional and Conservative Services, thriving Preschool, Kindergarten, and Religious School programs, creative activities for all ages & interests as well as Political Action/Speakers of interest to the extended Jewish Community.
Glen Foerd on the Delaware is the last remaining Delaware River estate open to the public in the City of Philadelphia. Established circa 1850, the Gilded Age mansion’s wealthy owners and hardworking servants’ stories chronicle the history of America as an emerging industrial power. The estate's grounds are free to the public and open every day from dawn to dusk.
The museum is home to a striking and immersive tropical ecosphere filled with 2000 tropical and native butterflies. Don’t forget to wear bright colors so the butterflies land on you! This grand space is sure to surprise and inspire guests of all ages.
Our programs often foster a global community by celebrating the world’s cultural diversity and exploring issues from an international perspective. Year after year, we continue our legacy of introducing international art and culture to Philadelphia, while acclimating our international residents to the American way of life.