International Institute for Culture

 
 
Ivy Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, USA
 
The International Institute for Culture is housed in a splendid 1904 mansion in the scenic Overbrook section of Philadelphia.  It was designed by Charles Barton Keen, architect for some of the most prominent merchants and industrialists in Philadelphia at the turn of century.  Ivy Hall is appointed as a private home and provides a most comfortable ambiance for conferences, seminars, lectures and retreats.  Ivy Hall has both a “prep kitchen” and a service kitchen off the large formal dining room for catered affairs.  The most imposing feature of the house is a ball room which is a magnificent setting for a variety of functions, from ball room dancing to musical recitals, art exhibits and lectures.
 
Ivy Hall | 6331 Lancaster Ave | Philadelphia, PA 19151


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360 DEGREE PANORAMIC VIEWS

Front

Ball Room

Club Room

Dining Room

Garden

Living Room

Room 1

Room 2

STILL PHOTO GALLERY:

Exterior of Ivy Hall

Ball Room 1

Living Room 1

Ball Room 2

Living Room 2

Library 1

Living Room 3

Library 2

Dining Room 1

Club Room 1

Dining Room 2

Club Room 2

Club Room 3

Latin Lives at Ivy Hall
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The IIC offers Latin classes throughout the year in the evening on Wednesdays, as well as full-time summer intensive courses. For more information, click here to contact the Institute.



Saturday, September 30
16TH ANNUAL OKTOBERFEST AT IVY HALL!

 
Saturday, October 7
An Evening with G.K. Chesterton at Ivy Hall

 
Sunday, October 8
The Unity of Ascent: Musical Supplication and Redemption in Early Modern Venice

 







 
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Ivy Hall - International Institute for Culture - 6331 Lancaster Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19151