Penn’s Landing

Member Rating 3 out of 5 by roza4 on February 16, 2002

This is the place where every summer and fall you can come and listen to jazz, or participate in various competitions or watch navy ships. Along the peers of the Delaware river there are lots of night clubs and dance clubs. One of them, Rocklobster has free ramba lessons every Thursday. There is also “Dave and Busters”, where you can eat and shoot pool or play slots. This is also the place where you can see the fireworks during the New Year and Independence day. There is also an Independence Seaport Museum which doesn’t have much but shows some of the sea artifacts. The area right across Penn’s Landing, that is if you cross I-95 by the bridge on Chestnut St. is called Society Hill and is the most prestigious place to live in Philly. The real estate value here is the highest in the city. There are also 2 Ritz theaters within 4 block radius where you can see elite movies. If you choose to cross I-95 by another bridge on South St. several blocks down, you will find yourself in the area where young Philadelphians love to spend their Friday and Saturday evenings in the summer. There are night clubs here on every corner and nice restaurants and at 12 midnight this place has as many people as Market St. at lunch time.
Penn's Landing
100 South Columbus Blvd
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19103
+1 215 922 2FUN

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