Explore the History of Philadelphia
While Philadelphia is known for its history, art, food, you’ll find you won’t need to venture far to discover other great things around the area. While inside the city, check out the obvious attractions, like the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, City Hall, and the Please Touch Museum with the kids. Head to South Philly and pick up some fresh fruit, meat, and veggies at Philadelphia’s 9th Street Italian Market.
Head west out of city to the King of Prussia Mall, and spend some time shopping. Then let all the children meet their favorite fuzzy characters at Sesame Place. While you're in the area, stop by Valley Forge National Historic Park to check out the site of Washington's famous military camp. Then take a trip to the Chaddsford Winery and enjoy a tasting of their delicious cabernet and chardonnay.
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Top Things to Do
Philadelphia is home to an amazing collection of museums, artistic venues, and historical attractions for all ages and interests. For the art lovers, visit the iconic Philadelphia Museum of Art to see work renowned works of art. Couple that trip with a tour of the adjacent Rodin Museum for a look at beautiful sculptures. If traveling with kids, you cannot pass up a trip to the Please Touch Museum.
Baseball in Philly
Hosted at Citizens Bank Park, Philadelphia, PA is home to the Major League Baseball’s Philadelphia Phillies. This franchise was founded in 1883 and is known for being the oldest continuous, one-name, one-city franchise of any professional sport in America. Make time to head over to the Park, grab a hot dog, and watch one of America’s favorite teams play America’s favorite pastime.
Events and Festivals in Philadelphia
From the Spruce Street Harbor Park and the Philadelphia Night Market to the Budweiser Made in America Festival, beer gardens and al fresco festivals, there's plenty to see and experience in Philadelphia. If you're into live music, art fests, or outdoor movies or Philly has plenty of festivals and events to keep you busy all year long.