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History permeates Philadelphia. It's easy to imagine the Old City crowded with the nation's founding fathers, Benjamin Franklin and Thomas Jefferson — and founding mother, Betsy Ross. After seeing the historic sites, check out Philadelphia's more contemporary side. Dine around the world in Center City, watch coins being made at the Philadelphia Mint or dig into a Philly cheese steak. You'll find a lot more than history in the City of Brotherly Love. Explore
What do a 30-foot barrel-vaulted hallways, unrepentant ghosts and Al Capone have in common? This fascinating historic prison. Don’t miss a tour.
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Philly was years ahead of the food truck trend, and the U. Penn area is where you’ll find over 50 trucks serving exciting food from around the world.
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I love staying on or near Rittenhouse Square. The leafy park planned by William Penn is distinctly American and yet has a European feel.
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If you don’t mind the lines, Pay What You Wish Wednesday Nights are a great deal for one of the best museums in the country—the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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Go birding at ground level, or cheat a little, and do it from 50 feet in the air with the Out on a Limb canopy walk at Morris Arboretum in Chestnut Hill.
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America’s most historic square mile contains the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and dozens other cultural sites you should probably get some photos of.
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