What Does The Irish Memorial Mean to You? The Irish Memorial was created to commemorate and to educate about the tragedy of Ireland’s Great Hunger. Over the years, we could not be more excited by the way the Memorial has grown...
The National Memorial to An Gorta Mór is located in Philadelphia Pa, USA. This memorial commemorates the struggle and pain of those Irish who fled their homeland in the face of a hunger of catastrophic proportions. It celebrates their courage that forged an enduring link between Ireland and America.
Calling all friends of the Irish Memorial we are having a site clean-up on Saturday March 7th at 8:30am, at our location on 2nd & Front Street. We're looking for all the help we can get! We have all the supplies. We hope to see you there. Your Irish Memorial thanks you in advance https://t.co/jAD1d3PrJt
Check out what #TheIrishMemorial & #GhostShip (at Race Street Pier now!) have in common. Visit this great art installation and also visit (the link) and just try not to be moved as you listen to a letter from 1845 during The Great Hunger.
The weather was perfect for our quarterly Flag Raising ceremony on Sunday, June 2nd at The Irish Memorial! We would like to say thank you to everyone for participating!
Our next Flag Raising will take place in September 2019. Think about attending. check out our website! https://t.co/O80rRiEs2p
Sunday, June 2nd: Come & Join us at The Irish Memorial at Front & Chestnut St. on Sunday June 2nd, 11 am for outdoor mass followed by our IM Flag Raising Ceremony! Then continue on to The Irish Festival at Penn's Landing! To learn more: https://t.co/kzj2TEr1pY https://t.co/ZJVTLoV4YW