Tuesday, November 17, 2015

2015 Gingerbread Houses at Liberty Place



The 2015 Gingerbread House Display at Liberty Place will only be on display until November 20th.  Today, November 17,  the display will only be available for a private event.  Here is a sneak peek, in case you miss them and their compatible models.


Liberty Place located at 1625 Chestnut Street houses, The Shops at Liberty Place Rotunda. This is where you will find the 2015 the Gingerbread House Display located. 


 Betsy Ross House Gingerbread House was created by PARC Brasserie, Baker: Abigail Dahan, Par-Restaurant.com



The Betsy Ross House is located at 239 Arch Street in Philadelphia and open for tours daily. It is believed that Betsy Ross lived here from 1776-1779 when she made the first American flag.




 The Crew,  Baker: Peter Scarola with R2L Restaurant/Lounge behind the creation of Liberty Place Gingerbread Skyscraper.


The Shops at Liberty Place was awarded the first-ever BOMA Philadelphia Retail TOBY Award in September 2015, The TOBY (The Outstanding Building of the Year). One Liberty Place is a 61-story, 945-foot  tall skyscraper and  Two Liberty Place is 58-story, 848-foot. They are two of the tallest buildings in the Philadelphia skyline.


2015 Gingerbread House Display




Shofuso Japanese Tea House and Gardens Gingerbread house was created by Bredenbeck's Bakery Ice Cream Parlor. Bredenbecks.com



Shofuso Japanese Tea House and Gardens will have a special holiday open house on December 5 and 6 from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m.  It is a special treat to see. I went last year and loved it!




Smith Memorial Playhouse and Playground was also created Bredenbeck's Bakery Ice Cream Parlor. Bredenbecks.com


Smith Memorial Playhouse and Playground located in East Fairmount Park was funded in 1899 by Robert and Sarah Smith memory of their son Stainfield Smith.  The mansion has always been a playhouse.



Woodford House and The Naomi Wood Antiques Gingerbread House was created by the Gingerbread Bakery USA.



The Woodford House and The Naomi Wood Antiques is located in Fairmount Park and part of the upcoming 2015 Park Charms Holiday and Trolley Tours.

December 1st 6 - 8 p.m.

Photographs of the 2015 Gingerbread Houses in this blog courtesy of Augusta Tuozzo

            Augusta Tuozzo currently lives in Philadelphia with her family. She is getting her Associates degree in photography at the Art Institute of Philadelphia. Augusta is a freelance photographer, but wants to be an event/band photographer. But she dabbles in still life and landscape photography as well. Although she loves color she loves black and white photos better.  

Other photographs: MFiebert

1 comment:

  1. Nice work, Ms. Tuozzo! The pictures of the houses are lovely.

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