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  • tourists visit the plaza outside Independence Hall
    Independence National Historical Park

    This federal historic district preserves several sites, including Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, and Carpenters Hall. The Independence Mal park space is the site of Fourth of July and other events.

    See the map and details for Independence National Historical Park.
    Photo credit: R. Kennedy for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • visitors board the museum entrance
    Independence Seaport Museum

    The museum explores maritime history and culture. Step on board the USS Olympia or go below the deck of the Becuna, a WWII submarine, just steps away from the museum on the Delaware River.

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    Photo credit: J. Fusco for VISIT PHILADELPHIA
  • a girl stands by cases of produce in an open-air market
    Italian Market

    At the nation’s oldest outdoor market, visitors can browse outdoor fresh produce stands or step indoors and take in the aromas of the gourmet and specialty shops.

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    Photo credit: R. Kennedy for VISIT PHILADLEPHIA®
  • the Philadelphia Orchestra performing in the Kimmel Center
    Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts

    Home to the renowned Philadelphia Orchestra, visitors can also enjoy the Philly Pops. The complex comprises several venues, including Verizon Hall, Perelman Theater, and SEI Innovation Studio.

    See the map and details for Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts.
    Photo credit: J. Griffin for for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • Swann Memorial Fountain at night, with City Hall in the background
    Logan Square

    Logan Square is a hub of popular sites in the city, with Swann Memorial Fountain at its heart. Nearby are Sister Cities Park, the Free Library of Philadelphia, and several museums.

    See the map and details for Logan Square.
    Photo credit: Adobe Images
  • Love Park

    Officially known as John F. Kennedy Plaza, Love Park is home to the reproduction of Robert Indiana’s 1970 LOVE sculpture.

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    Photo credit: Susan Walker
  • the word 'possible' spelled out in a mosaic
    Magic Gardens

    Located on South Street, Magic Gardens is an immersive mixed-media art environment completely covered with mosaics. The space is made up of two indoor galleries and a bi-level outdoor sculpture garden.

    See the map and details for Magic Gardens.
    Photo credit: Chang Ye, Unsplash
  • concertgoers enjoy a performance in the Mann Center pavillion
    The Mann Center

    The Mann Center campus in Fairmount Park features stunning views of Philadelphia, the world-class TD Pavilion, and an open-air Skyline Stage.

    See the map and details for The Mann Center.
    Photo credit: Michael_Oswald/MikeOswaldPhotography2016
  • church exterior and statue of Richard E. Allen
    Mother Bethel AME Church

    Founded by freed slave Richard E. Allen, the church was a stop on the Underground Railroad, foundation for the second Prince Hall Masonic Temple, and home of the first African American Boy Scout Troop. It is home to the Richard Allen Museum.

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    Photo credit: P. Meyer for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • a costumed mummer plays the saxophone in a Philadelphia parade
    Mummers Museum

    The Philadelphia Mummers Parade is the oldest continuous folk parade in the U.S., dating back more than a century. The museum explores the tradition of mummery.

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    Photo credit: Marilyn Paige, Unsplash
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