The Barnes showcases an internationally renowned collection of Impressionist paintings, European furniture and global folk art.
The home and burial place of the nation's most famous seamstress.
Dating back to the 18th century, Christ Church continues to hold worship services.
The nation's oldest continuously inhabited street.
If you want to spend some time outdoors, visit Fairmount Park.
An Old City museum with exhibitions dedicated to Benjamin Franklin.
Head to Center City to explore this historic park.
The 18th-century mansion of Dr. Philip Syng Physick.
America's most historic square mile, home to Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell and the Constitution Center.
This interactive museum explores Philadelphia's maritime heritage.
A museum of provocative contemporary art on Penn's campus.
Music lovers will want to take in a concert at the Kimmel Center.
Catch an independent art film at one of the Landmark Theaters in and about Old City.
Liberty Bell at Independence National Historic Park is a widely known symbol of American freedom.
Enjoy waterfront views in Center City.
One of the largest museums in the U.S., it currently holds more than 225,000 works of art since it was founded in 1876.
A house that entertained many famous visitors.
A green space in Center City, home to restaurants, hotels and shopping.
The largest collection of Auguste Rodin sculptures outside France.
Visit one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in Philly.
Step inside one of the world's finest archaeological and anthropological museums.
America's oldest theater, once owned by the great classical actor Edwin Booth.
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