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  • a museum painting gallery, with a statueo in the foreground
    Philadelphia Museum of Art

    One of the largest art museums in the nation, the museum was originally chartered in 1876 for the Centennial Exposition. It features sculpture, paintings, prints, drawings, photographs, armor, and decorative arts.

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    Photo credit: R. Kennedy for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • an arial exterior view of Lincoln Financial Field at night
    Philadelphia Sports and Entertainment Complex

    Home to many of Philadelphia’s sports teams plus a popular concert and event venue, the complex includes Lincoln Financial Field, Citizens Bank Park, Wells Fargo Center and Xfinity Live! Philadelphia.

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  • a family feeds leaves to a pair of giraffes
    Philadelphia Zoo

    Visit one of America’s first zoos and enjoy more than 300 species. Ride the Amazon Rainforest Carousel, take a Swan Boat Ride or soar above the sky in the Channel 6 Zooballoon. Your little ones can even pet and feed animals at the Children’s Zoo or ride a pony.

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    Photo credit: J. Fusco for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • a lighted carousel inside the museum
    Please Touch Museum

    The museum is showcased in historic Memorial Hall in Fairmount Park. Children have six interactive fun zones of adventure.

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    Photo credit: M. Edlow for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • customers roam the market and eat at food stall counters
    Reading Terminal Market

    Philadelphia’s bustling historic farmer’s market offers a wide range of cuisines, along with fresh produce, meats, poultry, seafood, and sweets. Shop for flowers, jewelry, handmade items, and more.

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    Photo credit: Susan Walker
  • a photographer captures a young man posing in front of Rocky with his arms upraised
    Rocky

    The statue of the iconic movie character may be found outside the Philadelphia Museum of Art — though Rocky is not, as in the movie, on the steps.

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    Photo credit: G. Widman for GPTMC GEORGE WIDMAN PHOTOGRAPHY L.L.C
  • a cast of The Thinker bronze sculpture dusted with snow outside the museum
    Rodin Museum

    The museum contains one of the largest collections of sculptor Auguste Rodin’s works outside Paris. Opened in 1929, the museum is administered by the Philadelphia Museum of Art.

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    Photo credit: M. Edlow for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • a Japanese-style pavilion next to a pond, surrounded by greenery
    Shofuso Japanese House and Gardens

    Stroll the gardens, see the Nihon-ga murals painted by Japanese artist Hiroshi Senju or observe the monthly tea ceremony. The gardens and koi-filled pond are located in the heart of Fairmount Park.

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    Photo credit: C. Smyth for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
  • a multicultural cast performs a scene from A Man for All Seasons
    St. Stephen’s Theater

    St. Stephen’s Theater is at the rear of St. Stephen’s Episcopal Church, the city’s oldest extant building in the Gothic Revival style. The theater space is home to the Lantern Theater Company, which has been there since 1996.

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    Photo credit: Lantern Theater Company
  • the front of the Suzanne Roberts Theater, with its sign lighted up
    Suzanne Roberts Theatre

    The Philadelphia Theatre Company’s home is named for former actress, playwright, and director Suzanne Roberts. The company was founded in 1974, while the theater itself opened in 2007.

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    Photo credit: G. Widman for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®
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