American Swedish Historical Museum



South Philadelphia

1900 Pattison Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19145
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American Swedish Historical Museum is Philly's hidden gem.

Located in scenic FDR Park, the American Swedish Historical Museum is a unique and beautiful setting for both private and corporate events, from weddings to business gatherings.

With its elegant grand hall and staircase and its gorgeous view of the park from the outdoor terrace, the Swedish Museum is sure to make an impression. Your guests will enjoy exploring the museum’s fantastic galleries which feature original period paintings, furniture and textiles, which together depict the history of the Swedes in America. Featuring easy access, free parking, and indoor and outdoor spaces with the ability to accommodate up to 360 guests, the American Swedish Historical Museum is an impressive place for hosting any special occasion.

Distance from Independence Visitor Center: 3.48 miles
Distance from Sister Cities Visitor Center: 3.57 miles
Distance from Pennsylvania Convention Center: 3.50 miles

A place where people of all nationalities who enjoy Swedish culture come together. Our galleries tell the story of the Delaware ValleyÆs New Sweden Colony (1638-1655), as well as highlight contributions of Swedes and Swedish Americans in history, art and science. Special exhibitions feature contemporary artists, history and Swedish culture. Visit the American Swedish Historical Museum at 1900 Pattison Avenue in Franklin Delano Roosevelt Park in South Philadelphia.


Facility Amenities:
Bus Parking, Handicap Access, WiFi Available, Comp for Guides, Onsite Kitchen
Facility Information:
Family Friendly
Venue Amenities:
Permanent Dance Floor, Exclusive Caterer, Onsite AV Available


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