Introducing Philadelphia

As Pennsylvania’s largest city, Philadelphia may be an obvious destination. But there’s much more to this city than its size and significance in the state. Philadelphia has a long and rich history, which is reflected in its renowned Independence Hall. This hall is where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed so it’s truly an iconic place in history. In addition, there are also many other significant sites such as the Liberty Bell which is a symbol of independence, the Franklin Institute and the Independence National Historical Park. For kids, there are also a number of exciting attractions including the scenic Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the Please Touch Museum and Philadelphia Zoo. All in all, a trip to Philly is wholesome and fun. And you’ll be spoiled for choice when it comes to great places to eat and great places to stay.

Highlights of Philadelphia

Independence Hall
Visit the place where the Declaration of Independence was signed.
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Walk the famous steps of this museum which were a film location for Sylvester Stallone’s Rocky.
Benjamin Franklin Parkway
A landscaped boulevard that runs through the cultural heart of the city.
Mütter Museum
A top medical museum which displays artefacts relating to medical history and pathology.
Philadelphia City Hall
One of the most iconic landmarks of the city, not to be missed.
Eastern State Penitentiary
A former American prison set in an old castle building, with tours available throughout the week.

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