Join us for a night of Jane-Austen themed fun at The Woodlands—Philadelphia’s Own English Country Estate!
We're hosting an evening of picnicking, with tea sandwiches from Pb&Jams PHL, new baked goods from Lil' Pop Shop, and croquet, along with other 18th century pastimes. The evening will culminate in a showing of Sense & Sensibility on the big screen in front of the Hamilton Mansion. Jane Austen character inspired costumes are encouraged!
Festivities begin at 5PM, film starts at 7 PM
$10 Requested Donation
Free for members of The Woodlands.
RAIN DATE: Sunday, September 25th.
The Woodlands, William Hamilton’s 18th century estate, was inspired by his travels to England in the 1780s and is known to be the first Federal style architecture and one of the best examples of English landscape design in the United States. Thomas Jefferson said of The Woodlands that it is “the only rival which I have known in America to what may be seen in England.”
Please note: There will be no vehicular traffic or parking allowed on the grounds for this event. Please see the visit page of our website for more information about transit options. Street parking is available in the surrounding neighborhood. Walking, biking, and use of public transportation are highly recommended.