Liberty Bell Pavilion

Philadelphia's Liberty Bell, also known as the State House Bell or Old State House Bell, is a well-known representation of American freedom.

Independence Hall

The founding of the United States took place in Independence Hall. The Declaration of Independence was signed here in 1776 by the Second Continental Congress.

Independence National Historical Park

The square mile that makes up Independence National Historical Park may be the most historic in all of America.

Philadelphia Museum of Art

One of the biggest collections of paintings and other artworks in the United States is housed in the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

Reading Terminal Market

Since 1995, The Market at Reading Terminal has been recognised as a National Historic Landmark. It is a longstanding Philadelphia tradition.

The Barnes Foundation

The Barnes Foundation is a horticultural and art appreciation teaching organisation with a collection of works of art.


In Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, Center City is home to LOVE Park, often referred to as John F. Kennedy Plaza.

Please Touch Museum

Every child's fantasy comes true at the Please Touch Museum, where they can "see with their hands" as opposed to only their eyes.

Philadelphia Zoo

America's first zoo, Philadelphia Zoo, is recognised for its cutting-edge animal care and unflinching dedication to nature.

The Franklin Institute

One of the most well-known museums in America and a well-known innovator in science and technology is The Franklin Institute.

Fairmont Park

The largest public park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is known historically as Fairmont Park, and it is the collective term for a number of parks spread out around the city.

City Hall

Philadelphia City Hall is the biggest free-standing masonry structure in the world and was constructed from brick, white marble, and limestone.

Society Hill Historic District

Philadelphia's Center City has the historic neighbourhood of Society Hill. Along with Old City, it is one of Philadelphia's oldest neighbourhoods.