The Fourth Annual Gingerbread House Display
At The Shops At Liberty Place Rotunda
16th and Chestnut Streets
November 10 - 21
1. Mount Pleasant created by Chef Van Earl French Jr.of Van Earl's Cakes
2. Shofuso Japanese Tea House created by Chef Samantha Ross of Garces Group
3. Laurel Hill Cemetery created by Tatum Kendall
4. Woodford Mansion created by Chef Danielle Zahodski of Town Crier Bakery
5. Historic Strawberry Mansion created by Drexel University's Center for Hospitality
6. The Smith Memorial Playhouse created by Chef Andrea Histand of Denise's Bakery
7. Lemon Hill Mansion created by Chef Peter Scarola of R2L
8. Cedar Grove created by James Rodebaugh of Brulee Catering
9. Ryers Museum and Library created by Chef Diana Anello of Bredenbeck's Bakery
10. The name card said Laurel Hill Mansion (that is on top) but it should also be called everything you can find in Center City created by Julie Quay of M.C.C.C. (Montgomery County Community College Culinary) Arts Institute. It is amazing, you will say look there is the Ben Franklin Bridge, City Hall, Independence Hall, the Trolley, the Train , the Macy's Light Show, Dickens Village, Boyd's, the Mutter Museum, the Zoo Balloon, even the Moshulu.
Unfortunately the Gingerbread House Display will be over on Friday November 21 BUT the Holiday Tour of the Mansions begins December 3. Click on the Park Charms link, you don't want to miss out on this.