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    Franklin Institute

    222 North 20th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
    14 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.

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    Liberty Bell

    500 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
    60 reviews

    Iconic symbol of US independence. This massive bell used to hang from the bell tower of the nearby Independence Hall (Old Town Hall) to call legislators to work.

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    Schuylkill River Trail

    Schuylkill River Trail, Philadelphia, PA
    12 reviews

    One of the best uses of your tax dollars possible. This trail has vastly improved urban life in Philly. Makes it possible to walk from Center City out past the art museum to Fairmount Park. Awesome.

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    Rittenhouse Square

    1801 Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103-4727
    21 reviews

    One of Philadelphia's many parks. It's a bustling place surrounded by some of the city's best restaurants. A great place to stroll after a satisfying meal!

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    South Street

    South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19147
    24 reviews

    Funky neighborhood. No longer really a red light district. Fun shops and some good food. Try the Jamaican Jerk Hut. The Italian market is also near by and there are some good BYOs.

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    Philadelphia Museum of Art

    Benjamin Franklin Parkway and Kelly Dr., Philadelphia, PA 19130
    42 reviews

    It is truly an awesome museum, with a venerable art collection. have been to many great shows here, including Schiaparelli, Dali, and Rothko.

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    Independence Hall

    500 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
    37 reviews

    Philadelphia, PA, USA; home of the Liberty Bell and the signing of the Constitution, the Brotherly Love city provides you with a European presence with unique diversity like no other. This city is quite possibly the most dedicated to its sports teams in the Eagles, Phillies, 76ers, and Flyers. So it shouldn't come to surprise that locals are very dedicated ...

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    The Barnes Foundation

    2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
    10 reviews

    The Barnes Foundation has an amazing art collection. Where else would you see in one place 181 Renoirs, 69 Cezannes, 59 Matisses and 46 Picassos? Besides these priceless works, the collection includes art works by other European and American artists, plus African and ancient artworks from other cultures. One interesting feature of this collection is how the artworks are displayed ...

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    Love Park

    1500 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
    34 reviews

    My first time in Philly and Love Park was the perfect first destination to visit. Charming with a plethora of holiday and ethnic shops and plenty to snack on. A great photo opp!

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    Boathouse Row

    Kelly Drive, Philadelphia, PA 19130
    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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  • 11

    The University of Pennsylvania Campus

    8 reviews

    Spent over half my adult life on this campus in one capacity or the other. Beautiful buildings, idyllic, with a genuine sense of community. Enjoy!

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    Fairmount Park

    Belmont Avenue and Montgomery D, Philadelphia, PA 19131
    7 reviews

    It's such a beautiful place to go for a run, bike ride or casual stroll. The grassy areas are very inviting and make for great picnics and a nice place to sit and watch the row teams from Boathouse Row practice.

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    Elfreth's Alley

    126 Elfreth Alley, Philadelphia, PA 19106-2006
    8 reviews

    Cute little street, known as one of the oldest continuously occupied streets in the country, takes you back in time… Almost every house (historical, to be precise) has an iron boot scrapers at its doorsteps. Some courtyards are open to the public to wonder around. People actually live in these houses now, and it’s fun to watch when they come ...

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    City Hall

    1450 John F Kennedy Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19107-3212
    17 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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    Philadelphia Zoo

    3400 West Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104-1139
    18 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!

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    Eastern State Penitentiary

    2124 Fairmount Ave., Philadelphia, PA 19130
    16 reviews

    Creepy panopticon that makes you think Foucault might not be all wrong. Does great Halloween haunted houses too. Think Twelve Monkeys!

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    Citizens Bank Park

    1 Citizens Bank Way, Philadelphia, PA 19148-5204
    13 reviews

    Philadelphia, PA; Citizen's Ball Park is the home for the Philadelphia Phillies (Major League Baseball). Nice contemporary ball park to visit. Go Phillies! RG 6/2011

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    Old City Hall

    Chestnut Street and South 5th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
    10 reviews

    It's interesting because everything has been so well preserved. You can walk into the meeting room where everyone signed the Declaration.

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    University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology

    3260 South Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104-4379
    9 reviews

    Terrific museum. Used to be called The University Museum and was a partner with the British Museum on major digs in Iraq, Iran and Syria. Known now mostly for Meso-American stuff, but one of the world's best training museums.

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    Please Touch Museum

    4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia, PA, United States
    9 reviews

    This museum is designed for children and yes, they want you to touch and play with everything – just what little kids like to do. There are so many activities and interactive areas that you can easily spend several hours there.

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