Bristol Cultural & Historical Foundation
Large Banner of 1917 Shipyard
This year's theme will celebrate the influence of the Delaware River to the development of Bristol. River's, the highways of the developing country in the 1600's, were the most important part of deciding where towns and cities were located. Bristol's location on the beautiful Delaware River was important as a hub in the transportation grid of the time and later as an important part of the industrial development of the country.
Today, the river affords us many opportunities in cultural, social and historical development of our community. The river will flow and we will continue to develop its importance.
Below is an outline of the River's History.
Look Forward to Major Events of the Day!
See Schedule of all activities below
Begins around 1 PM
Located at the Friend's Meeting House
Located behind the Theater
Come for a wonderful day filled with lots of fun filled activities.
Stay posted for up-to-date information.
Vendors. download necessary information and forms.
10 AM until sold out!
Located at 244 Radcliffe Street
Note: New Bakers Welcomed!
If willing to bake contact Mary Kehoe at 215 788 5918
256 Radcliffe Street *
621 Radcliffe Street *
800 Radcliffe Street *
1025 Radcliffe Street
NOTE: *Ticket Required for all
houses except for 1025 Radcliffe Street
Free to all children accompanied by an Adult!
Annual Tea on the River
11 AM to 3 PM
located 922 Radcliffe Street
Schedule of All Activities
Many Public Buildings Open
for the Day
See Schedule Below