Philadelphia Campus

The Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia (LTSP), founded in 1864,  merged with the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Gettysburg in 2017 to form United Lutheran Seminary. The Philadelphia campus is located in Mt. Airy, a historical neighborhood within walking distance of diverse restaurants, unique shops and cultural attractions, such as Cliveden of the National Trust,  a historic site that preserves and interprets over 200 years of American history, the Woodmere Art Museum, Allens Lane Arts Center and and nearby Chestnut Hill. There are miles of hiking trails along the Wissahickon Creek, a short walk away from campus. Center City Philadelphia, home to numerous theaters, The Philadelphia Orchestra, Philadelphia Museum or Art and the African American Museum, are all a short train or bus ride away. Historic Philadelphia, including Independence Hall, the National Constitution Center, the Liberty Bell and Betsy Ross House are easily accessible via public transportation (SEPTA).

On campus, you will find beautiful landscaping and a common space for all to enjoy.

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