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  • a section of the Philadelphia Muses mural, depicting the muses
    Mural Mile

    Philadelphia is known for its vibrant murals throughout the city. Two walking tour routes known as the Mural Mile start and end near Market Street in Center City. Follow the Mural Arts Philly map or visit their site to choose your own destination.

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    Photo credit: Susan Walker
  • a gallery containing walls of images of people in Revolution-era attire
    Museum of the American Revolution

    This museum in the heart of historic Philadelphia houses collections of artwork, sculptures, textiles, weapons, manuscripts, and books that tell the story of the American Revolution.

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    Photo credit: C. Smyth for ©VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • a man and boy look at skulls in an exhibit
    Mütter Museum

    The Mütter Museum is America’s premier medical history museum, founded in 1787 by the College of Physicians. The museum exhibits include medical oddities and anatomical specimens.

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    Photo credit: Bob Krist for GPTMC
  • visitors to the center gaze at a scaled replica of the U.S. Capitol
    National Constitution Center

    The center is devoted to the U.S. Constitution, telling its story with multimedia, theatrical performances and more.

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    Photo credit: G. Widman for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • museum visitors gaze at an array of screens in an exhibit
    National Liberty Museum

    Known as America’s Home for Heroes, the museum tells the stories of people who dared to make the world a better place. The “Coming to America” gallery and other exhibits highlight the rights and responsibilities of living in a free society.

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    Photo credit: J. Fusco for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • Pats exterior at night, with colorful lighted signs
    Pat’s King of Steaks

    Pat’s is known as the originator of the Philly steak and cheesesteak. It opened in 1930 and still located at the south end of the Italian Market.

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    Photo credit: M. Edlow for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • visitors gather around an ancient Egyptian statue
    Penn Museum

    The Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania was founded in 1887. It is is dedicated to the study and understanding of human history and diversity.

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    Photo credit: VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • visitors examine art on the walls in a large open gallery
    The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

    Founded in 1805, PAFA is the nation’s first museum and school of fine art. The galleries feature permanent collections and special exhibitions. Next door is Lenfest Plaza, an open-air piazza featuring the 51-foot Paint Torch sculpture by Claus Oldenburg.

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    Photo credit: G. Widman for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • a convention center main entranceway, with a sign overhead
    Pennsylvania Convention Center

    With more than 2 million square feet of space, including seven exhibit halls and 82 meeting rooms, the center is the city’s largest hub for conferences and professional events.

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    Photo credit: VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • the facade of Philadelphia City Hall against an aqua sky
    Philadelphia City Hall and Dilworth Park

    City Hall is the world’s largest free-standing masonry building and was the world’s tallest habitable building when completed in 1894. Dilworth Park is a plaza on the west side with seasonal features such as a fountain and skating rink.

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    Photo credit: Garrison Gao, Pexels
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