Community Programs & Events

FREE and open to the public; no advanced registration required. Would you like to see the artifacts and talk with archaeologists who are working on the I-95/Girard Avenue Project? Throughout the year we hold a variety of free public events. We display artifacts, explain how we found them, and discuss how these objects were used

Events

We engage in a number of activities to tell others about the project. At our free community events the public can see the artifacts and talk with archaeologists. We partner with local museums to provide engaging educational exhibitions and programs. Professional colleagues may learn about our current research at professional conferences. Occasionally we can provide

From the Ground Up: Archaeology, Artisans, Everyday Life

Curated and produced byAECOM’s Cultural Resources Department Burlington, New Jersey On view until December 31, 2016 at theMuseum of American Glass at Wheaton Arts and Cultural Center in Millville, New Jersey For almost 10 years, archaeologists from AECOM’s Cultural Resources Department in Burlington, New Jersey, have been working on behalf of the Pennsylvania Department of

Museum Exhibitions & Programs

Through our engaging exhibitions, diverse audiences discover how archaeology, artifacts, and other period resources reveal how life along the Philadelphia Waterfront has evolved over the past 6,000 years. What evidence do we have of the city’s original Native American inhabitants? Who were the families, tradesmen, and merchants who lived and worked in these neighborhoods? What

Professional Conferences

Professional conferences may not be open to the public. Membership in the organization and/or registration fees may be required. Please check with the hosting organization for details. The I-95 Project is generating ground-breaking research in urban archaeology, Native American history, material culture, historical glass, and much more. AECOM specialists share their discoveries and expertise with

Site Visits

Occasionally there are opportunities to provide visitors with tours of the ongoing excavations, witness artifact discoveries and talk with archaeologists. Please contact us for information. Upcoming Site Visits No site visits are scheduled at this time. Please check back later. Selection of Past Site Visits July 17, 2014 Statewide Conference on Heritage/Byways to the Past