Pennsylvania Christmas Ornament
The team at White House Holidays wishes all of you and your families a Very Merry Christmas!

We will be closed between December 24th and 29th to celebrate with our loved ones.

Pennsylvania Christmas Ornament

On sale!
In Stock
After the American Revolutionary War on December 12, 1787, Pennsylvania became the second state to ratify the U.S. Constitution. It was in Philadelphia where the Declaration of Independence, the U.S. Constitution, and the Gettysburg Address were written. It was also the home of some very important early thinkers and some of our Founding Fathers such as George Washington, Benjamin Franklin, and Thomas Paine.


  • Origin: Made in America
  • Measures 3.25 inches L x 2.5 inches H

More about the ornament

The capital of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, was founded in 1682 and was known as the “City of Brotherly Love”. Philadelphia played a very important role during the 18th century. It was where both the first and second Continental Congress, a body of representatives from each of the thirteen British colonies, had met in 1774 and 1775. These important meetings would be where eventually the Declaration of Independence would be produced igniting the American Revolution.

About the 50 State Heritage Collection

Each of our 50 states have a unique history that we have set out to celebrate with this collection. Each ornament features memorable historical events and fun features that tell a little bit about the state. These ornaments will be released periodically in the order in which the state became part of the United States of America. We hope you'll enjoy these as much as we have enjoyed designing them!
PayPal Acceptance Mark
© White House Holidays. WHH has been celebrating our American heritage online since 1996, and our business is pleased to offer nearly 1,000 products from our own custom lines as well as from over 200 vendors, including completely separate historical institutions such as Mount Vernon, the White House Historical Association, and many other great American organizations.