Dry Cleaning in Pennsylvania

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Opened on Independence Day, 2003, the National Constitution Center is more than a museum: it's an educational headquarters, a historical archive, and a town hall that functions on a national scale. Besides housing exhibits and historic artifacts, the museum is home to a national forum?it's hosted Democratic primary debates, town hall meetings on the campaign trail, and pivotal presidential speeches.

  • Size: large enough for patrons to meet each of the 42 original delegates, discover the Constitution's seven articles, learn about the 27 amendments, and read the kid's menu printed on the back of the historical document
  • Eye Catcher: the interactive theatrical productions Freedom Rising illuminates the story of the Constitution, as well as tracks the history of the nation from the Revolution to the Civil War to the Civil Rights Movement. A former First Lady even proclaimed, "I wanted to weep at the end of it."
  • Permanent Mainstay: along with Freedom Rising, the museum is home to two permanent exhibits?The Story of We the People, which has featured such artifacts as a copy of the Emancipation Proclamation and Justice Sandra Day O'Connor's robes, the Signers' Hall, populated by 42 bronze statues of the Founding Fathers, and Constituting Liberty, an exhibition that features rare copies of America?s three founding documents, including an original Bill of Rights.
  • Don't Miss: the rotating special exhibits, which have included examinations into the history of spycraft, sober examinations of the role slavery played in the American story, and an in-depth profile of Abraham Lincoln
525 Arch St.
Philadelphia,
PA
US

White delivery vans scrawled with purple and teal lettering roll into driveways twice a week, hauling dirty clothes away and returning them clean and fresh. The magic happens at Four Seasons's Squirrel Hill headquarters, where a second-generation owner helms an array of dry and water-based cleaning services. He and his cleaning team inspect each piece to single out stains before subjecting them to a dry-cleaning machine with organic-based fluid and other eco-friendly techniques. During their specialty Execu-Shirt regimen, techs hand-scrub collars and cuffs, replace missing buttons, and quiz them on Fortune 500 companies before ironing and folding or hanging them. They also tailor ripped seams and sagging hemlines, store furs in a temperature-controlled vault, and preserve wedding gowns with a museum-style, acid-free protection process.

1716 Murray Ave
Pittsburgh,
PA
US

Voted Best Dry Cleaners by GoErie.com six years in a row, Thrifty Dry Cleaners gently exorcises dirt demons with a waterless, odorless, DF2000 solvent. Treat tarnished threads to same-day drop-off and pick-up service (available Monday through Friday), whether you're exiling Easter-egg stains from a spring skirt ($5.40), blasting pumpkin-pie blemishes from a fall blazer ($6.60), or removing reindeer saliva from your best winter coat ($13+). Thrifty Dry Cleaners also replaces any lost or broken buttons at no additional charge, and boasts a convenient drive-thru window at its Pine Avenue location.

2811 W 12th St
Erie,
PA
US

More than 85 years of gazing into wrinkled and stained threads hasn't disheartened the employees at National Cleaners & Yorgey's Fine Cleaning. They snap to attention with every delivery of soiled attire, ready to assess each garment’s fabric type and instructions for proper care. After dry cleaning or wet cleaning shirts, trousers, and jackets, the professionals replace shirt buttons free of charge. They offer same-day turnaround at no extra charge, as well as a 24-hour drop-off service that allows nighttime paratroopers to deposit their sullied parachutes upon landing.

National Cleaners & Yorgey's Fine Cleaning keeps Mother Earth's ozone fresh with recycled hangers that minimize carbon footprint. The business also gives back to the community by supporting initiatives such as Process Pink’s fight against breast cancer.

3933 Perkiomen Ave
Reading,
PA
US

In the late 1930s, Andy Dellecave founded Mercury Sporting Goods, a neighborhood shop specializing in men’s tailored clothing and sportswear. After a couple decades helping gentlemen find the perfect fit for their blazers, trousers, or space suits, Andy noticed a new calling: helping them keep their new duds clean. In 1955, he moved Mercury to the freshly erected Keyser Oak Shopping Center and renamed it Mercury One-Hour Cleaners, complementing his tailoring services with full-service dry cleaning. Now a Scranton institution as well, Mercury has since opened a second location. It’s also been passed down to Andy’s sons, John and Jim, who continue a legacy that today includes same-day dry cleaning, leather and suede cleaning, and expert tailoring and alterations.

1766 N Keyser Ave
Scranton,
PA
US

A comprehensive dry-cleaning, laundry, and alteration service center committed to making sullied vestments sparkle again, Integrity Dry Cleaners employs waterless wizardry to expurgate stains in a variety of garments. Franchised professionals known for their ability to handle a dizzying array of clothing can renew sooty sport jackets ($6) worn in chimney-cleaning musical routines and make down-filled coats ($15) as pure as the clouds their cushiony texture comes from. Dusty holiday sweaters ($5) can be restored to their colorful majesty to be worn fashionably out of season, and two-piece prom dresses ($13+) can be fastidiously purged of tearstains. Quick and efficient customer service ensures that clean-pressed orders are filled quickly and in sparkling condition.

2048 Fruitville Pike
Lancaster,
PA
US