Best Things to Do

Historical Landmarks

Visiting the landmarks of Philadelphia is bound to give you a major lesson in U.S. history. The city encompasses three centuries worth of political, economic, social, and cultural feats that have culminated in the American Dream. From the Liberty Bell to the Betsy Ross House inhabited by the woman who helped sew the American flag, these sites are not to be overlooked.

Betsy Ross House

239 Arch St. Philadelphia PA 19106 U.S.

The home and burial place of the nation's most famous seamstress.

Christ Church

20 N. American St. Philadelphia PA 19106 U.S.

Dating back to the 18th century, Christ Church continues to hold worship services.

Elfreth's Alley

124-126 Elfreth's Alley Philadelphia PA 19106 U.S.

The nation's oldest continuously inhabited street.

Franklin Court

318 Market St. Philadelphia PA 19139 U.S.

An Old City museum with exhibitions dedicated to Benjamin Franklin.

Hill-Physick House

321 S. 4th St. Philadelphia PA 19106 U.S.

The 18th-century mansion of Dr. Philip Syng Physick.

Independence National Historic Park

41 N. 6th St. Philadelphia PA 19106 U.S.

America's most historic square mile, home to Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell and the Constitution Center.

Liberty Bell Center

Sixth St. (Market St.) Philadelphia PA 19106 U.S.

Liberty Bell at Independence National Historic Park is a widely known symbol of American freedom.

Penn's Landing

101 Columbus Blvd. Philadelphia PA 19106 U.S.

Enjoy waterfront views in Center City.

Powel House

244 S. Third St. Philadelphia PA 19106 U.S.

A house that entertained many famous visitors.

Society Hill

Visit one of the oldest residential neighborhoods in Philly.