What It's About
The oldest Jewish congregation in Philadelphia was founded in 1740 and is still active today. The congregation burial site, the resting place of many colonial era Jews, is a historic shrine and listed on the National Register of Historic Places.
Found in Historic Sites.
Photo credit: J. Smith for GPTMC.
Getting There on SEPTA
Nearby Routes: Buses 17, 33, 38, and 44; Market-Frankford Line.
Hours, features, ticket or entrance costs, and other details for places of interest listed here may change without notice. Be sure to check with them for up-to-date information when planning a visit.