Second Floor Landing

The Mansion

Glen Foerd is very fortunate to possess a diverse collection representing the continuous residential occupation of the mansion for over a century. The collection reflects the interests of Florence Foerderer Tonner.  It includes fine paintings, prints, sculpture, antiques, tapestries, books, religious artifacts, glassware and fine decorative arts.

Views of the mansion and its art

Click on one of the thumbnails below to view the slideshow of images.

An urn flanking the fireplace in the art gallery.A painting of Mary Magdelene by Thomas Sully.A wedding cup in the art gallery.
The glass collection in the east conservatory.The sunporch.

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Glen Foerd Conservation Corporation | Grant Ave. & Milnor St. (mailing address: 5001 Grant Ave.), Philadelphia, PA. 19114
Office Hours: Monday - Friday, 9:30AM - 5PM | (215) 632-5330 | info@glenfoerd.org
Major Funding From: The Philadelphia Cultural Fund | Part of Philadelphia’s Fairmount Park System
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