Pennsylvania

Pennsylvania Attractions

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Arch Street Meeting House

Philadelphia is home to the largest Quaker Friends Meeting House in the world—the Arch Street Meeting House. It's also the city's oldest. William Penn, ...  Read more

Betsy Ross House

4 star rating: Recommended 2 Reviews

This may or may not be where patriotic upholsterer Betsy Ross lived when she made the original Stars & Stripes, but it’s certainly one of the most visited ...  Read more

Cathedral Basilica of SS. Peter and Paul

Set on the east corner of Logan Circle, this elegant 1864 cathedral is the largest Catholic Church in Pennsylvania and the largest brownstone structure in ...  Read more

Christ Church

3 star rating: Worth doing 1 Review

Known as “America’s Church,” this 1744 city landmark was the first Protestant Episcopal congregation, the post-Revolution version of a Royalist, Anglican ...  Read more

City Hall

With 14 ½ acres of floor space, this is the largest municipal building in the United States. Built on one of five squares designated by founding father ...  Read more

Congress Hall

Immediately following the American Revolutionary War, Philadelphia was declared the original capital city of the United States, and Congress Hall served as ...  Read more

Eastern State Penitentiary

Once the most famous prison in the world, Eastern State was initially renowned for its Enlightenment-inspired efforts to reform inmates rather than merely ...  Read more

Elfreth's Alley

Dating to 1702, this cobblestone lane in Old City between North 2nd Street & North Front Street, between Arch & Race Streets , is billed as, “Our nation’s ...  Read more

Franklin Court

First opened during the Bicentennial year of 1976, this fun, free indoor-outdoor museum near Independence Hall celebrates the life and times of Philadelphia’s ...  Read more

Franklin Institute Science Museum

4.5 star rating: Recommended 45 Reviews

Few individuals influenced the rise of the young American nation as much as quintessential Renaissance man Benjamin Franklin- author, satirist, political ...  Read more

Independence Mall

Fanning out from the Independence Visitor Center at the corner of 6th & Market Streets, this three-block stretch of the Independence National Historical Park ...  Read more

Independence National Historical Park

Spanning 55 acres and bridging two neighborhoods -- Old City and Society Hill – this national park is often called “America’s most historic square mile” for ...  Read more

Independence Seaport Museum

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

This celebration of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley’s roles in early American maritime trade was originally called the Philadelphia Maritime Museum, ...  Read more

Independence Visitor Center

Located in Independence National Historical Park beside Independence Hall, this 50,000 square-foot building is the official visitors center for the city of ...  Read more

Liberty Bell & Independence National Historical Park

4.5 star rating: Recommended 7 Reviews

Few places in the United States offer as much historical and cultural legacy as the Philadelphia Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Located across the street ...  Read more

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