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Explore Philadelphia


 

Explore Philadelphia!

Philadelphia has many different attractions and historical landmarks. While you are here seeing Dr. Friedman, come see what Philly is truly famous for.


Here are some of our recommendations:

  • Independence Hall (historical)
  • Pat’s King of Steaks (famous cheese steak)
  • The Liberty Bell (historical)
  • The Barnes Foundation (famous art museum)
  • National Constitution Center (historical)
  • The Philadelphia Museum of Art (famous art museum)
  • The Rocky Statue (famous Rocky Balboa statue)
  • Philadelphia pretzels (famous food)
  • Betsy Ross’ House (historical)
  • Elferth’s Alley (historical)

 

Independence Hall

Philadelphia’s rich history goes back hundreds of years ago when America’s forefathers congregated and produced the declaration of independence at Independence Hall. Come visit where this country was founded.

1518 Walnut Street

Philadelphia, PA 19102

http://www.independencevisitorcenter.com/

 

Pat’s King of Steaks

Where can you get a good cheese steak? Philadelphia is famous for its cheese steaks. After all the cheese steak was invented in Philadelphia. We recommend the place that started this phenomenon, Pat’s King of Steaks. In the 1930’s, Pat Olivieri started making the soon to be renowned cheese steaks for customers and America fell in love with it. Do not miss your chance to have a one of a kind Philadelphia cheese steak.

1237 E. Passyunk Avenue

Philadelphia, PA 19147

http://www.patskingofsteaks.com/
 

Liberty Bell

Philadelphia is also home to the famous cracked Liberty Bell. The Liberty was rung for the declaration of independence meetings.

701 Market Street Philadelphia, PA 19106

http://www.nps.gov/inde/liberty-bell-center.htm

Barnes Foundation

Philadelphia is home to some of the greatest art collections. One of the museums containing such artworks is the Barnes Foundation Museum. It was relocated to this Philadelphia location and includes some of the most famous impressionist and post-impressionist art in the world. Bask in the famous art of Pablo Picasso, George Seurat, Vincent Van Gogh, Henri Matisse, Claude Monet, Edouard Manet, Paul Cezanne, Pieere-Auguste Renoir Mary Cassatt, Edgar Degas, and many more. Visit this wonderful location and experience amazing works of art found nowhere else.

2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Philadelphia, PA 19130

https://www.barnesfoundation.org/
 

National Constitution Center:

The National Constitution Center has historically rich information and treasures. Learn about our country’s deep-rooted history at the National Constitution Center.

525 Arch Street

Philadelphia, PA 19106

http://constitutioncenter.org/
 

Philadelphia Museum of Art:

The Philadelphia Museum of Arthas a plethora of many different kinds of artworks. It is a wonderful place to view Renaissance, Impressionist, American, and Modern art. There are over 80 period rooms that are a fantastic sight. The museum is very famous, but it also has gained fame for something other than its artworks… Rocky Balboa. Rocky Balboa was the fictional character in Rocky who famous trained for boxing by running up the Philadelphia Museum of Art’s steps. To celebrate this fun reference to pop culture, there is a Rocky statue outside of the museum.

2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Philadelphia, PA 19130

http://www.philamuseum.org/visit/
 

Philadelphia Pretzels

Philadelphia is also famous for its pretzels. Grab a pretzel at a corner store or street vendor to taste a true Philadelphian pretzel. Philadelphia is also known for its cream cheese and scrapple, which are easily accessible at most breakfast diners.

 

Betsy Ross House

Philadelphia is home to Betsy Ross’ house. She was seamstress and creator of the American flag. Come visit her home and celebrate in our nation’s history.

239 Arch Street

Philadelphia, PA 19106

http://www.historicphiladelphia.org/
 

Elfreth’s Alley:

Elfreth’s Alley is our nation’s oldest residential street. Visit this historic landmark to see the preserved alley of what America once looked like.

126 Elfreth’s Alley

Philadelphia, PA 19106

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