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  • 1

    National Constitution Center

    9 reviews

    I majored in early American history in college (What was I thinking? What exactly did I think I would do with that degree???) and to this day love a good history museum. Well, Philadelphia is full of them! This bad boy right here is the crown jewel. Prepare for sensory overload, from a coliseum-style interactive film when you arrive, to ...

    Popular withHistoryStudentsLGBT
  • 2

    Frankford Hall

    2 reviews

    As a restaurateur and nightlife aficionado myself, I usually cringe when reporters describe my establishments as "hipster", an umbrella term that nearly everyone ascribes a different definition to. But there's simply no getting around the fact that Frankford Hall is hipster central - in all the best ways! Outdoor fireplaces and pizza oven, check. Picnic and pingpong tables, check. Voluminous ...

    Popular withTrendstersLGBTOutdoor
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    Spruce Street Harbor Park

    2 reviews

    This pop-up park at the marina along Penns Lending is a treat. Whether day or night, friends or family, this place has a lot to offer. Approaching the park at night, the charming strips of colored lights hanging in the trees beckon you to enjoy the various offerings of the park including fire pits and about 50 hanging hammocks perfectly ...

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  • 4

    Liberty Bell

    61 reviews

    The great iconic symbol for the city of Philadelphia and a symbol for America!

    Popular withHistoryFamiliesLocal
  • 5

    Philadelphia Museum of Art

    44 reviews

    An iconic must-visit for Philly, both inside the museum and outside have something to offer

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  • 6

    Independence Hall

    39 reviews

    Where some of the most significant parts of American history and the American Revolution!

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  • 7

    Love Park

    36 reviews

    The LOVE has quickly become the iconic symbol for Philadelphia often beating out so many well-known historic symbols like the Liberty Bell to represent the city.

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  • 8

    Rittenhouse Square

    22 reviews

    A great park with tons of musicians and artists in the summer. Very close to great shopping and restaurants.

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  • 9

    South Street

    25 reviews

    If your in South Street don't forget to stop by Lorenzo's Pizzeria located on 3rd and South ST. The slices are HUUGEE and pretty darn good too.

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  • 10

    Philadelphia Zoo

    19 reviews

    One of my favorite places to visit as a kid! I wouldn't call the Philadelphia Zoo a typical zoo. They have more than the typical variety of animals and attractions. Amazingly entertaining for the entire family!

    Popular withFamiliesBudgetGreen
  • 11

    City Hall

    19 reviews

    I was only there once for a wedding but the building as I remember it was quite impressive and the the wedding was beautiful!

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  • 12

    Eastern State Penitentiary

    17 reviews

    This place is a MUST visit during the fall before Halloween for a good scare. The place gets a scary makeover and their workers dress up as zombie prisoners.

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  • 13

    Franklin Institute

    15 reviews

    Great museum for all ages! The walk-thru of the heart is a must do, and the temporary exhibits the museum puts on are usually worth the extra price of admission.

    Popular withFamiliesBudgetHistory
  • 14

    Boathouse Row

    12 reviews

    The Boathouse Row is stretched along the Schuylkill River on the East side. It houses various rowing clubs and hosts major rowing regattas. Come here and to the Kelly Drive on a nice day to walk, ride your bike, jog, take pictures, etc. When it’s dark and the lights outlining each house are on, the view (especially from the opposite ...

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  • 15

    Citizens Bank Park

    13 reviews

    I believe this is one of the stadiums that started the trend of being able to watch the baseball game while waiting in line for your food. There are bar type railings all around the first level. So even if you bought crappy tickets you can hang out on the first level leaning against the bar railings drinking a beer.

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  • 16

    Schuylkill River Trail

    12 reviews

    If you're looking for a great, long trail on which to go for an all-day bike ride, this is it! We rode from South Philly out to Manayunk, using this as our main route, and it was blissful the entire way. The day after was a bit difficult, what with all the soreness we endured, but the scenic views and ...

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  • 17

    Philadelphia Magic Gardens

    10 reviews

    The Magic Gardens is a great place to just walk through and ponder. You’ll see not only colorful mosaics cemented to the wall, but also bottles, old bicycle wheels and glass plates. And if you look closely you’ll even spot a toilet! But don’t worry it’s not gross or anything. Yes, this might sound weird, but trust me: The Magic ...

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  • 18

    Please Touch Museum

    10 reviews

    This is the ultimate destination for children up to age 8 or 9. It has a fascinating collection of hands on fun things for kids to play with and learn. Plan to spend at least three or four hours. They have a lunch counter that is well stocked.

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  • 19

    The Barnes Foundation

    10 reviews

    I was here at the Barnes Foundation before it moved into Philadelphia. The house was on the outskirts of Philadelphia. The collection is amazing and found new artist that I had not appreciated before. I understand it is set up like the house was so I am sure it is fantastic to see. I will next time in Philly

    Popular withDesignHistoryLocal
  • 20

    University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

    9 reviews

    Really cool museum with tons of artifacts and great exhibits.

    Popular withFamiliesHistoryDesign
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