Arch Street Meeting House

Step through the doors at the Arch Street Meeting House to enter the largest Quaker meeting house in the world. The Quakers, also known as Friends, are a religious sect of Christianity that William Penn belonged to. Tours are available in the working Meeting House, which has remained virtually unchanged for 200 years.
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( Courtesy of Arch Street Friends, Handout photo / June 28, 2013 )

Step through the doors at the Arch Street Meeting House to enter the largest Quaker meeting house in the world. The Quakers, also known as Friends, are a religious sect of Christianity that William Penn belonged to. Tours are available in the working Meeting House, which has remained virtually unchanged for 200 years. Arch Street Meeting House

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