The South Street Renaissance transformed South Street into a major destination for the creative arts.
Queen Village residents founded several of Philadelphia’s earliest community gardens.
At the end of the industrial age, mass abandonment of housing caused Queen Village to fall into decline.
This gorgeous new design concept aims to revitalize the grounds at the Gloria Dei National Historic Site.
The Swedes were the first white settlers to successfully colonize the Delaware Valley … and South Philadelphia.
A number of events led to the formation of QVNA and other local non-profit and advocacy groups.
There are many traditions – from small block parties to large-scale festivals – celebrated in Queen Village.
A number of health crises, medical advances, and healthcare facilities that defined early Queen Village.
In spite of the digital age, the printed word thrives through local booksellers, libraries, writers and publishers.
Dogs have been long-time companions for Philadelphia residents … including some of our colonial adventurers.
Queen Village has a long history of fashion including a textile hub which once occupied 4th Street.
Inclusive communities have thrived in Queen Village despite differences in religious beliefs.