Philadelphia & The Delaware Valley
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Independence Hall
Photo by Jim McWilliams
Copyright Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau

   Independence Hall is the centerpiece of Independence National Historical Park, America's most historic square mile. Built between 1732 and 1756 as the Pennsylvania State House, Independence Hall is the site where the Declaration of Independence was first adopted and the U.S. Constitution was written.

 

 

Battleship New Jersey Memorial and Museum
Photo by Edward Savaria, Jr.
Copyright Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau

   The most decorated battleship in U.S. Naval history is the U.S.S. New Jersey. Now stationed at the pier and dock adjacent to the Tweeter Entertainment Center on the Camden Waterfront, the battleship is a floating museum and memorial, open for tours and special events.


Independence Hall Interior
Photo by Nick Kelsh
Copyright Nick Kelsh

   Visitors to Philadelphia's Independence Hall can stand in a room where some of our nation's most treasured documents became an important part of history. Built between 1732 and 1756 as the Pennsylvania State House, Independence Hall is the site where the Declaration of Independence was first adopted and the U.S. Constitution was written.

 


 

Liberty Bell
Photo by Coy Butler
Copyright Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau

   The Liberty Bell is located in Independence National Historical Park, America's most historic square mile. As one of the world's most famous symbols of freedom, the Bell achieved icon status when abolitionists adopted it as a symbol for the movement in the 1830s.
   The Bell was first hung in the tower of Independence Hall, originally the Pennsylvania Statehouse, in 1753. When the bell chimed, citizens of Philadelphia would gather to hear important announcements, including the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence on July 8, 1776.


Philadelphia Museum of Art
Photo by Jim McWilliams
Copyright Philadelphia Convention & Visitors Bureau

   A Philadelphia landmark, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is the nation's third-largest art museum. Majestically overlooking the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the Schuylkill River and Fairmount Park, the Museum showcases more than 2,000 years of human creativity in painting, sculpture, decorative arts and architectural settings from Europe, Asia and the Americas.

 


 

Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts
Photo by Román Viñoly
Copyright Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

   The jewel of the Avenue of the Arts is the new Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, an architectural and artistic masterpiece in its own right. The Kimmel Center houses performances by the world-renowned Philadelphia Orchestra, Peter Nero and the Philly Pops, PHILADANCO and other resident companies, as well as visiting performers from around the world.


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   PHILADELPHIA ATTRACTIONS  

  • Independence National Historical Park:
    • The Liberty Bell Pavilion
    • Independence Hall, Congress Hall and Old City Hall
    • National Constitution Center
    • Independence Visitor Center
    • Franklin Court, B. Free Franklin Post Office & Print Shop
    • Christ Church Burial Ground & Gravesite of Benjamin Franklin
    • Betsy Ross House & Elfreth’s Alley
    • Lights of Liberty Sound and Light Tour

  • Franklin Institute Science Museum / Fels Planetarium and Tuttleman IMAX Theater
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art – Don’t forget to run the “Rocky Stairs”
  • National Liberty Museum
  • Philadelphia Zoo – America’s First Zoo
  • The Academy of Natural Sciences
  • The African American Museum
  • RiverLink Ferry to New Jersey State Aquarium and Battleship New Jersey on the Camden Waterfront
  • Edgar Allen Poe National Historic Site
  • Valley Forge National Historical Park
  • Phillie’s Baseball at the new Citizens Bank Park
  • World Renowned Philadelphia Orchestra at the New Kimmel Center
  • National Museum of American Jewish History
  • Eastern State Penitentiary Tour
  • Independence Seaport Museum, Admiral Dewey’s OLYMPIA & Submarine BECUNA
  • A wide variety of cultural opportunities along Philadelphia’s Avenue of the Arts
  • Eat a Real Philadelphia Cheesesteak at Geno’s or Pat’s in South Philly, lunch or dinner at the Hard Rock Café, Dave & Busters or Jillian’s

   NEARBY PHILADELPHIA  

  • Six Flags Great American and Safari

  • Dorney Park and Wildwater Kingdom

  • Sesame Place

  • QVC Studio Tour

  • Longwood Gardens

  • Central Pennsylvania


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