What is it?
One: A guided tour of the Bryn Athyn Cathedral
Two: A tour of the Bryn Athyn Cathedral Gardens
Three: Dinner at Piero’s Italian Restaurant BYOB in nearby Huntingdon ValleyCathedral.
Glencairn Museum is a castle-like structure built in the Medieval (Romanesque) style between 1928 and 1939, and has been listed on the National Register of Historic Places since August, 1978. The museum is also part of a larger historic district which was designated as a National Historic Landmark in October, 2008.
The collection has garnered wide renown, and is rich in history with room after room of exquisite treasures such as stained glass, carvings, paintings, sculpture, and statuary.
With the recent article in the Inquirer about the stone carvers at the Cathedral and the beauty of
the Cathedral, the gardens & grounds, and also dinner at Piero’s this event is almost a must do
To insure your place at the Cathedral & and Piero’s contact
Jay & Ellen Minnicks at:
By Sunday April 30th
RSVPs are an Absolute Must!!