Gingerbread Historic House Display And Tours In Philadelphia

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Get ready for the holidays and visit the gingerbread house display on view at The Shops at Liberty Place on 16th & Chestnut Streets in Philadelphia.  Local chefs have handcrafted deliciously decadent gingerbread models of Fairmount Park historic sites.  The entire family will enjoy seeing these sweet structures during the display and visiting the real properties this holiday season! This year’s display features the following chefs and historic sites:

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Belmont Mansion created by Chefs Andrea Sonday, Charles Gallagher, and Erica Robinson of Denise’s Bakery

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Cedar Grove created by STARR Restaurant Group

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Laurel Hill Mansion created by Chef Julie Quay of The Culinary Arts Institute of Montco. Community College

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Laurel Hill Cemetery created by Chefs Ian and Devon McCrimmon of Danish Bakers

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Lemon Hill created by Chef Jessica Mogardo of Garces Catering

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Mount Pleasant created by Chef Peter Scarola of R2L

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Ormiston created by Chef Andrea Histand of Town Crier Bakery

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Please Touch Museum created by Chef James Rodebaugh of Brûlée Catering

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Ryerrs Museum and Library created by Chef Davina Soondrum of Fitler Dining Room and Pub & Kitchen

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Smith Memorial Playground created by Chef Michele of The Art of Bread

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Strawberry Mansion created by Chef James Rodebaugh of Brûlée Catering

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Thomas Mansion created by Chefs Christine Luby and Marie Whitehead of Drexel University’s Center for Hospitality and Sports Management
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 Woodford Mansion created by Chef Diana Anello of Bredenbeck’s Bakery 

 Click here to learn more about touring these amazing homes.

 

 

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