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Things to do in Philadelphia

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The top 126 attractions in Philadelphia

Shopping Malls in Philadelphia
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Of Cultural Interest in Philadelphia
Philadelphia Chinatown
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Any self-respecting American city should have its own Chinatown and Philadelphia is no exception. Philadelphia's Chinatown is one
Concerts in Philadelphia
Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
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The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts in Philadelphia is a huge theater with two rooms in which events are held simultaneously
Tourist Information in Philadelphia
Independence Visitor Center
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First things first, the visitor center has public toilets (essential information!). But generally it has everything you might need
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Museums in Philadelphia
Carpenters' Hall
The Carpenters' Hall in Philadelphia, was founded in 1724. This building housed the 7 weeks of sessions of the First Continental C
Of Touristic Interest in Philadelphia
Liberty Place
Liberty Place in Philadelphia consists of two skyscrapers: One Liberty Place and Two Liberty Place. The first is the tallest skysc
Historical Monuments in Philadelphia
Philadelphia City Hall
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In the winter Philly still lives on day and night. A fountain accidentally left on at night turns into frosted art of angles with
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Streets in Philadelphia
Elfreth's Alley
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Elfreth's Alley is the most ancient street in the United States. Today it is a really nice residential area with colorful houses.
Streets in Philadelphia
South Street
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South Street borders the south side of downtown Philadelphia, and is notable for its constantly changing scenery. It begins in a d
Gardens in Philadelphia
Rittenhouse Garden
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The planned cities of the United States are so different from the more chaotic old cities of Europe, and every American city is fu
Museums in Philadelphia
The Franklin Institute
In honor of Benjamin Franklin, a renowned scientist and inventor who lived in Philadelphia from 1723 until his death in 1790, this
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Palaces in Philadelphia
First Bank of the United States
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The First Bank of the United States is on the corner of Third Street, and was built and founded with the aim of formalizing a sing
Zoos in Philadelphia
Philadelphia Zoo
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Here you will find exotic animals of all kinds, as well as endangered species, which are carefully preserved by the zoo authoritie
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Museums in Philadelphia
Mutter Museum
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The Mutter Museum (Philadelphia) houses a collection of medical monstrosities including pathological specimens, long ignored by th
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Squares in Philadelphia
Love Park
Love Park is actually a nickname given to the JFK Plaza because of the famous sculpture "LOVE" by Robert Indiana. The park is loca
Museums in Philadelphia
American Philosophical Society
It is one of the most amazing places to visit, which has played a very important role in American culture for over 250 years. You
Museums in Philadelphia
Please Touch Museum
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The Please Touch Museum (Philadelphia) was recently expanded and provides play experiences in each exhibit area, paying special at
Churches in Philadelphia
Historic St. George's United Methodist Church
The Historic St. George's United Methodist Church is a wonderful place where you can go with your friends or family, (or everyone