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Independence Seaport Museum

This celebration of Philadelphia and the Delaware Valley’s roles in early American maritime trade was originally called the Philadelphia Maritime Museum, built around the extensive personal collection of J. Welles Henderson, a local lawyer and ... 

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5 star rating: Highly Recommended
August 2008

We really enjoyed Philadelphia. We were there for only two days and saw plenty. Make sure you check out what is going on at Penn's Landing and take the short cruise. We got a free concert and met Tom Joyner. The Historic Ships tour behind the Seaport Museum was great. The only negative, the hop-on-hop off tour did not go to all of the stops listed on the map but the city transit was very easy to use they have convenient one day passes. Of course we stayed in center city so we did not have far to travel. I also recommend checking ahead of time for the hours for museums. We were there on the weekend and a lot of things weren't open and some had different hours than listed.

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