Things to Do & Attractions in Philadelphia

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Liberty Bell & Independence National Historical Park

4 star rating: Recommended 17 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

Library Hall (American Philosophical Society Museum)

Up until the early 18th century, books were almost exclusively owned by and available to clergy, universities, or wealthy people with private collections. In ...  Read more

Logan Circle

This popular Philadelphia neighborhood known as Logan Circle, ironically also goes by the name Logan Square. One of the five key “squares” identified by ...  Read more

Love Park

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 15 Reviews

If you love people watching, love fountains, and love the history of skateboarding, then chances are you’ll love Love Park when visiting Philadelphia. ...  Read more

Magic Gardens

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 1 Review

Explore an urban art landscape at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens (PMG). Multicolor glass bottles, unique ‘found’ objects and hand-forged tiles envelop visitors ...  Read more


4 star rating: Recommended 1 Review

For visitors looking beyond the historical attractions of downtown Philadelphia, the hip and vibrant Manayunk neighborhood is a must-visit. Situated along the ...  Read more

Mütter Museum

One of the most exciting and bizarre museums in America, this sprawling building houses one of the world’s largest collections of medical oddities. Affiliated ...  Read more

National Constitution Center

Set within Independence Mall, this enormous, state-of-the-art museum is dedicated to the history, significance and spirit of the United States Constitution. ...  Read more

National Liberty Museum

This popular museum showcases the captivating stories of freedom fighters, movement leaders, and politicians through interactive exhibits and contemporary art ...  Read more

National Museum of American Jewish History

For history buffs, a sojourn in Philadelphia isn’t complete without a stop at the National Museum of American Jewish History (NMAJH). Learn about Jewish ...  Read more

New Hall Military Museum

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 5 Reviews

The New Hall Military Museum is a recreation of the home where Secretary of War Henry Knox operated in the early days of the Revolutionary War, and the origin ...  Read more

Old City Hall

4.5 star rating: Recommended 159 Reviews

There is perhaps no American city with a greater amount of history than Philadelphia, and its Old City Hall is no exception. Surrounded by the Liberty Bell, ...  Read more

One Liberty Observation Deck

When America’s forefathers gathered in Philadelphia in 1787, and wrote the US Constitution which still governs the nation today, it’s likely they never imaged ...  Read more

Penn's Landing

5 star rating: Highly Recommended 283 Reviews

Located along the Delaware River side of Philadelphia, Penn's Landing is a waterfront area known for its public events and historic boats. The site gained its ...  Read more

Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Founded in 1805, this is the oldest art museum and art school in America.  The result of a financial and ideological collaboration between painter Charles ...  Read more

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