Celebrate

Women's History Month

Photo courtesy Dome Collective

Women's history is a vital part of Philadelphia’s past, present, and future.

Throughout the year, Philadelphia recognizes the women, past and present, who shape the city through public art and events. 

Every March, the city's cultural institutions, museums, and historic landmarks host additional celebrations and programming.

Read below for things to do to celebrate Women's History Month in Philadelphia.

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20th Century to Present: The Changing Role of Women in the Navy

20th Century to Present: The Changing Role of Women in the Navy

Liberty 1915: One Cartoon, Many Stories

Liberty 1915: One Cartoon, Many Stories

Marie Cuttoli: The Modern Thread from Miró to Man Ray

Marie Cuttoli: The Modern Thread from Miró to Man Ray

Meet the Women of the Betsy Ross House

Meet the Women of the Betsy Ross House

National Geographic Live Speaker Series: “When Women Ruled the World”

National Geographic Live Speaker Series: “When Women Ruled the World”

Scout Day: Girl Scouts of the USA

Scout Day: Girl Scouts of the USA

Seat at the Table

Suffragist Saturdays with Dora Lewis

Suffragist Saturdays with Dora Lewis

Under the Bonnet: Lucretia Mott

Under the Bonnet: Lucretia Mott

Women’s Storytelling Sundays

Women’s Storytelling Sundays

Four Harriets

“Four Harriets” Program