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Things to do in Philadelphia

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Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Education Center
In the Fairmount Water Works Interpretive Center, visitors can learn about watersheds and have a lot to have fun doing it. They can fly a helicopter using simulation from Delaware Bay to the headwaters of the Schuylkill River. Or visit Pollutionopolis, the most polluted and disgusting city of the United States, to see how a city can really mess up the water supply.
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103rd Engineers
The Battalion is a the only Pennsylvania unit authorized to carry the lineage of a unit of the Continental Army. When Benjamin Franklin published its call for the citizens of Philadelphia to adhere to the common defense in 1747, he looked to carpenters and skilled craftsmen to build the shipyards of the city they were and to form an artillery battery. The members of the 103rd Battalion, are among the oldest and most decorated military organizations in the community.
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Fort Mifflin
Fort Mifflin on the Delaware is one of the most amazing museums located Philadelphia, Pennsylvania . At this site, you will surely have a relaxing time seeing everything, without anyone interrupting you.
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Center for Study of the History of Nursing
The Barbara Bates Center for the Study of the History of Nursing is the preeminent center for scholarship in the history of nursing. The Bates Center's mission is to ensure generational historical knowledge, scholarship and research on health and the history of nursing in the US and worldwide .
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John Coltrane Cultural Society
John Coltrane Cultural Society is a music organization in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, dedicated to promoting jazz music in Philadelphia. Visitors to the site can appreciate the works of the musician as well as take a photographic journey.
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Morris Arboretum
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It is an interdisciplinary center that integrates art, science and humanity. Thousands of rare and lovely woody plants (including some of Philadelphia's oldest, rarest, and largest trees), are set in a Romantic Landscape with Victorian garden paths, streams, flowers and special greenery.
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Belfield Farm at LaSalle University
If you are planning a vacation in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States), without a doubt, you must visit the incredible Belfield Farm at Lasalle University. This site will be a memorable stop in your tour of the city.
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Friends of Independence National Park
The Friends of Independence National Park is located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania (United States). .The Friends of Independence Park is a nonprofit organization that supports education and conservation objectives. By joining the Friends of Independence National Park, you can also become a partner of the park. It helps protect our nation's heritage of freedom and democracy, and ensure that the voice of freedom continues to inspire visitors of all ages from across the country and around the world.
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Pennsylvania Hospital Archives
This is the first medical library in the United States. It began in 1762 as a teaching and a reference library for hospital administrators, physicians and medical students. In addition to the thousands of medical and scientific volumes, the library contains numerous books on natural history and botany. Also present are various rare incunabula, books printed before 1501, during the infancy of printing press technology.
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The African American Museum in Philadelphia
The African American Museum in Philadelphia is the first institution built to interpret the life and work of African Americans. The doors are open for your enjoyment and enlightenment, six days a week. There you can experience the richness and vitality of African-American heritage. Culture comes alive in four magnificent exhibition galleries filled with exciting history and fascinating art.
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Painted Bride Art Center
The Painted Bride Art Center (Philadelphia) is a visual arts gallery featuring live performances. Admission is free and available throughout the year. They offer a live indoor show with 250 seats and enjoy inspirational breathtaking art forms. It is an ideal place to enjoy art in the gallery.
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Goldie Paley Gallery
The Goldie Paley Gallery located in Philadelphia presents over 160 years of Moor History. The text and images in the exhibition come from a recently published book from the Campus History Series published by Arcadia Publishing. It has guided tours by experts, who will accompany guests during their visit.
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Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia
The foundation actively promotes the recognition, protection and revitalization of historic buildings, communities and landscapes in the Philadelphia region. After the destruction of hurricanes Katrina and Rita, the National Trust for Historic Preservation launched a full hurricane recovery and conservation initiative in New Orleans and along the Gulf Coast. To this day, work continues to help rebuild the historic sites of the Gulf Coast.
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Fairmount Park
Fairmount Park is a municipal park system located in Philadelphia (United States). It is administered by the "Fairmount Park Commission". In 1876, Fairmount Park was chosen to host the World Expo, the Centennial Exposition. It is also the nation's oldest zoo, an arboretum, horticulture center of the city, the "Memorial Hall" and has dozens of statues. Is is especially known for the most important museum in the city, the Philadelphia Museum of Art which was enrolled in the National Register of Historic Places in 1972.
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Bars in Philadelphia
El Pueblo Bar
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Upon arrival, we were greeted with the option of having a cup of wine or a cold beer. It was just fantastic