Tourist Attractions

Di Bruno Bros

Di Bruno Bros brings history and flavor to the streets of Philadelphia. This specialty cheese boutique was opened by three Italian brothers in 1939, and since then has grown in flavor and fame. Di Bruno Bro has locations at 930 S. Ninth Street in the heart of Italian Market in South Philadelphia, 1730 Chestnut Street […]

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Rittenhouse Row

Rittenhouse Row features Philadelphia’s upscale fashion boutiques, world-class restaurants, and an array of cultural establishments. This swanky Philadelphia shopping district stretches from the Avenue of the Arts (Broad Street) to 21st Street, between Spruce and Market Streets. Rittenhouse Row is home to many of Philadelphia’s world-clas dance and music theaters. At Rittenhouse Row you can […]

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Bartram Gardens

Bartram Gardens is renowned as America’s oldest living botanical garden. This 18th century homestead elegantly blends the age-old gardens with historic Philadelphia. Bartram Gardens is located just minutes from the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, and the Betsy Ross House. When you’re touring Philadelphia, be sure to stop off at this charming garden of Philadelphia. Bartram […]

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Please Touch Musuem

The Please Touch Museum is renowned as the nation’s premier children’s museum. This Philadelphia museum was founded in 1976 as a place to enrich the lives of children by creating learning opportunities through play. This Philadelphia children’s museum is a must-see attraction for all families traveling with children ages seven and younger. The Please Touch […]

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Philadelphia CityPASS

The Philadelphia CityPASS provides you with admission tickets to six of Philadelphia’s favorite tourist attractions. The Philadelphia CityPASS allows you to do more and save cash all in one. When you purchase the Philadelphia CityPass you will receive a dollar-bill-size booklet that contains six tickets to the most famous Philadelphia attractions. Admission prices to each […]

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Old City Shopping District

Old City is a popular neighborhood located within Center City, Philadelphia.The Old City district covers several blocks between Front and Sixth Streets, bounded by Vine Street to the north and Walnut Street to the south. Old City is known for being one of the most culturally and historically rich districts of Philadelphia, and also a […]

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Main Street Manayunk

4300 Main Street Philadelphia, PA 19127 Manayunk has a historic past as Philadelphia’s Mill town, but today it is known as one of Philadelphia’s favorite shopping districts. Manayunk covers a half-mile long strip packed with more than 65 shops, galleries, and restaurants. Just  minutes from Center City, this shopping district makes for a favorite Philadelphia […]

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Franklin Mills Mall

1455 Franklin Mills Circle Philadelphia, PA 19154 (215) 632-1500 Franklin Mills Mall is a must-see for any shopping enthusiast visiting Philadelphia. This Philadelphia mall covers 1.7 million-square-feet and encompasses over 200 stores. This is a great place to take advantage of Pennsylvania’s no sales tax on clothing! Franklin Mills Mall is located only 15 miles […]

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South Street

301 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19147 The South Street Philadelphia shopping district is located between Center City and South Philly. This bustling strip has become a favorite hot spot for people of all ages and types. Whether daytime or night, South Street Philadelphia is always one of Philadelphia’s happening strips. South Street is a place […]

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National Constitution Center

The National Constitution Center is one of Philadelphia’s favorite tourist attractions. Located just two blocks from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, this attraction is the perfect starting point for your tour of Philadelphia. The National Constitution Center spans 160,000-square-feet and covers one of the most influential documents of our nation. This interactive history museum […]

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Philadelphia International Flower Show

Each year Philadelphia hosts its world famed Philadelphia International Flower Show. This renowned flower show attracts visitors of all ages from all parts of the world to its vibrantly colored showcase of flora. Annually, some 60 professional landscapers, florists, and organizations come to create a variety of full-scale gardens and floral displays. Each of these […]

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Longwood Gardens

Longwood Gardens is renowned as one of the world’s premier horticultural showplaces. Walk the property as your eyes graze upon the vibrant flowers, flourishing trees,  and sparkling fountains. With Longwood’s ever changing gardens, this Philadelphia tourist attraction provides spectacular views in every season. When visiting Longwood Gardens, one cannot miss the newly renovated East Conservatory. […]

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