While Philadelphia covers a huge area, here’s a manageable selection of the Pennsylvanian capital’s central attractions. Day 1: Historic highlights Your visit begins where the United States began, in the historic core of Philadelphia’s Old ... 

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Lancaster County PA

March 2011

Sheri
USA

Amish Farm

Eastern State Penitentiary, Philadelphia

March 2011

Looking down one of the abandoned cell blocks at Eastern State Penitentiary, in Philadelphia.

The cradle of the USA

September 2014

My wife and I on the walking tour

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Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia

On the Delaware!

September 2014

My wife and I take a turn before a delicious dinner

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Philadelphia Dinner Cruise with Buffet

The Old and The New

June 2014

The old and the new on a picture perfect day!

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Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia

Independence Hall

April 2014

Nice time of year with trees blooming.

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Founding Fathers Tour of Philadelphia

Lancaster County PA

March 2011

Sheri
USA

Amish Roadside Stand with an honor box to pay for the treats.

One of Philadelphia's 3,000+ murals

November 2010

David W
United Kingdom

One of Philadelphia's 3,000+ murals

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The Philadelphia Pass

Ben Franklin Statue at Franklin Institute

November 2010

David W
United Kingdom

Ben Franklin Statue at Franklin Institute

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The Philadelphia Pass

Cell at Eastern State Penitentiary

November 2010

David W
United Kingdom

Cell at Eastern State Penitentiary

Doing what
The Philadelphia Pass

Uncle and Niece

July 2010

Uncle and Niece

Hubby On Segway

October 2009

My husband, Bob, with a nice backdrop of Fairmount Park.

The Family Altogether

October 2009

The whole gang for Dad's 70th birthday in front of the Schuylkill (Boathouse Row area).

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