1. G-town RadioCommunity radio station serving NW Philadelphia. Heard at 92.9 FM as WGGT-LP (starting in 2017).
2. iMPeRFeCT GalleryMonthly exhibitions, performances and other events.
3. Firehouse ArtsLight filled Spaces for Artists and Makers
4. Hansberry Garden CenterA community resource for fresh food and environmental education.
5. Karen Singer Tileworks, Inc.Custom ceramic tile studio for when you need something very special.
6. The Colored Girls MuseumThe Colored Girls Museum is a memoir museum, which honors the stories, experiences, and history of ordinary Colored Girls.
Pioneering free jazz musician Sun Ra moved his band The Arkestra from New York City to Germantown in 1968 and never left.
The first written protest against slavery was written in 1688 at the corner of Germantown Ave & Wister St.
Germantown Avenue, also known as "The Great Road," follows an Indian path from the Delaware River.
Germantown was an independent municipality until 1854, when it became part of the City of Philadelphia.
During the Philadelphia Yellow Fever Epidemic in 1793, President George Washington and his cabinet moved to Germantown.
Germantown Avenue is part of the Colonial Germantown National Historic District, the longest National Historic District in the U.S.