The Ultimate Guide To Philadelphia

The Ultimate Guide To Philadelphia

Philadelphia Travel Guide

Philadelphia is known for its rich historical heritage, the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were signed here in Philadelphia, in the Independence Hall. Philadelphia was the country’s capital before Washington, D.C., and is home to several museums, historical sites, and restaurants.

I highly recommend the Philadelphia City Tour / Big Bus Tours hop-on, hop-off service stopping at all major Philadelphia landmarks and purchasing a multi-attraction discounted pass from CityPASS. It’s a well-narrated tour and makes it easy to cover all major attractions without having to worry about finding parking at every attraction.

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Must See In Philadelphia

The Liberty Bell | Philadelphia Travel Guide

The Liberty Bell

The Liberty Bell, previously known as the State House Bell/Old State House Bell, is a historical artifact. It is this Bell that rang in the tower of the Pennsylvania State House. It’s this bell that was used to call the lawmakers to their meetings. 

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Independence Hall

Independence Hall | Philadelphia Travel Guide

The Independence Hall is the building where the United States Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were signed. Today this historic site is open to the public, accessible via guided tours. There is no entry fee, but only limited visitors are allowed each day. The best way to reserve your place is either by arriving early, before 11 AM, or by reserving tickets online – NPS Website.

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The Betsy Ross House

The Betsy Ross House | Philadelphia Travel Guide

The Betsy Ross House is where Betsy Ross lived, she was a seamstress and a flag-maker, who sewed the first American Flag.

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Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art | Philadelphia Travel Guide

The Philadelphia Museum of Art was founded in 1876 for the Centennial Exposition in Philadelphia. The museum houses several exhibits and offers self-guided audio as well as guided tours.

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LOVE Park | Philadelphia Travel Guide

LOVE Park is a public park located in Center City, Philadelphia. The park got its name from Robert Indiana’s LOVE sculpture. The park also features the Fairmount Park Welcome Center, even the starting point of several city tours, houses several concerts, food trucks, and souvenirs shops. 

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The Liberty Bell | Philadelphia Travel GuideI hope you enjoyed reading the post, The Ultimate Guide To Philadelphia, and I expect this will help you plan your trip to Philadelphia.

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