Looking for Philadelphia history "beyond the bell"? Look no further than Cliveden, one of eight fabulous historic house museums in Philadelphia's historic Germantown neighborhood, and the only National Trust property in the state of Pennsylvania.

Cliveden is the site of the 1777 Battle of Germantown and home to 7 generations of the prominent Chew family (Benjamin Chew was the first owner, Chief Justice of Pennsylvania as well as a British Loyalist).

 The house actually bears bullet-holes and cannon damage from the Battle, and the Battle itself is reenacted there every October (www.revolutionarygermantown.org)

For visitor information, see www.cliveden.org