Liberty or Death: Revolutionary War Patriots of Laurel Hill East

When

Where

Laurel Hill East

The American Revolution began with the first exchange of fire between British and American forces at Lexington on April 19. Tensions building between the colonists and the British authorities had finally boiled over.

“Give me liberty or give me death!” is the now famous line often attributed to Patrick Henry and his 1775 speech. But what about the Founding Fathers and patriots who truly did risk their lives for that freedom we hold so near and dear to our hearts? Join us as we hear their rousing stories of victory, tragedy, and revolution from their final places of rest at Laurel Hill East.

Tour Guide: Russ Dodge

Cost

  • $15/General Admission (Ages 13 and up)
  • $13/Seniors (Ages 65+) and Students with ID
  • $10/Members of the Friends of Laurel Hill and the Museum
  • $7.50/Youth (Ages 6-12)
  • Free/Ages 5 and under

Youth and children must be accompanied by an adult.

Tickets must be purchased in advance.

 

Directions

This tour departs from Laurel Hill East’s Gatehouse entrance at 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Information on directions and parking and visiting guidelines are linked here to better plan your visit.