Market of the Macabre at Laurel Hill Cemetery
Sep
7
12:00 PM12:00

Market of the Macabre at Laurel Hill Cemetery

Peruse a curated collection of unusual antiques, assorted oddities, vintage items, artwork and handmade wares at this outdoor market of the macabre. Taking place in the most fitting of venues - a 183-year-old Victorian cemetery - visitor’s will have the opportunity to explore their morbid curiosity, in addition to Laurel Hill’s scenic grounds and rich history. The afternoon will include food and beer for purchase from local vendors—don’t forget to bring cash! Victorian and/or Steampunk attire is encouraged.

The event will take place on Saturday, September 7 from 12:00 to 5:00 pm (with a pre-scheduled rain date of Sunday, September 8 from 12:00 to 5:00 pm) at Laurel Hill Cemetery’s Gatehouse entrance at 3822 Ridge Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19132. Parking is limited so please plan to arrive via ride-share, public transportation or bicycle. The entrance fee is $5 per person. Only cash will be accepted at the door.

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Summer in the Cemetery
Aug
3
10:00 AM10:00

Summer in the Cemetery

On Saturday August 3rd, join us for the second Darksome Art & Craft Market! This time, our spooky market will be held in Mount Moriah Cemetery, one of Philadelphia's oldest cemeteries!

LOCATION:
Mount Moriah Cemetery
6201 Kingsessing Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19142
Cobbs Creek Parkway splits the cemetery in two, this market will be taking place on the Philadelphia side, not the Yeadon side.

ADMISSION:
$5 Suggested Donation. Money will go to the Friends of Mount Moriah Cemetery to continue restoration work.

DOGS:
Well behaved, leashed dogs are welcome at Mount Moriah Cemetery. Please keep your dog away from headstones, and pick up after them.


ATTENDEES PLEASE READ!!!
Mount Moriah Cemetery was abandoned in 2011 and was placed in a receivership in 2014. The grounds are cared for by the non-profit Friends of Mount Moriah Cemetery, Inc., but the are many overgrown areas, uneven ground, rugged roads, and unsteady stones. Visitors enter at their own risk! Please do not climb on, lean on, or otherwise touch stones or mausoleums.

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