The bold 19th century stone facade of the enormous Philadelphia Museum of Art houses more than 200,000 pieces, in one of the largest collections in the U.S.
A museum devoted entirely to the study of the United States Constitution, the National Constitution Center brings history to life with theatrical performances, films, and priceless artifacts.
A powerful symbol of American independence for many generations, the 2000-pound copper and tin Liberty Bell and its famous cracked side are now permanently displayed in the Liberty Bell Center.
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Be the latest guest at America’s very first zoo. This kid-friendly animal sanctuary is home to more than 1300 rare and exotic creatures from around the world.
See how far medicine has come at the Mutter Museum, an archive of 19th century medical history, and a creepy collection of human specimens, wax models, and antique surgical equipment.
Spend a quiet afternoon contemplating this museum-sized tribute to the sculpture of Auguste Rodin, including a cast of his most famous work, “The Thinker.”
Tour the halls where many famous criminals once lived, in a historic prison whose humane and groundbreaking individual cell design was a model for nearly two centuries of modern penitentiaries.
Ride The Ducks was awesome! Fun and educational. The guide was great! I had so much fun with my boyfriend and now I want to take my family next time they are in Philly!
This is one of the 'must-see' sights when visiting Philadelphia. The PA Academy of Fine Arts is pretty unique in that it is also an art school (associated with UPenn). As
Independence National Historic Park is 45 acres of numerous historical sites situated in downtown Philadelphia. The sites preserve the history when this country’s