Franklin Field is one of Historic Sites.

1. Franklin Field

College Football Field · University City · 235 S 33rd St (at South St), Philadelphia, PA

HISTORYHISTORY: The NCAA's oldest stadium is home to unusual traditions. After the third quarter of every Penn football game fans sing "Drink a Highball" & throw toast onto the field in reference to the lyrics.

Liberty Bell Center is one of Historic Sites.

2. Liberty Bell Center

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Historic Site · Center City East · 526 Market St (at 6th St), Philadelphia, PA

Ellen DeGeneresEllen DeGeneres: Celebrate our nation’s pride by visiting the Liberty Bell in Philadelphia. It’s also the site of Ellen’s Earth Day giveaway! She gave 50 of her Philly followers Specialized Bikes! –Jeannie

The White House is one of Historic Sites.

3. The White House

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Government Building · Northwest Washington · 1600 Pennsylvania Ave NW (btwn 15th St NW & 17th St NW), Washington, D.C.

Ellen DeGeneresEllen DeGeneres: The President and Mrs. Obama invited Mama and D.J. Tony to join them for their Annual Easter Egg Roll on the front lawn. If you see Bo, tell him Ellen says hi.

Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site is one of Historic Sites.

4. Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site

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Historic Site · North Philadelphia · 532 N 7th St (btwn Green & Spring Garden St), Philadelphia, PA
Eakins Oval is one of Historic Sites.

5. Eakins Oval

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Park · Fairmount - Art Museum · Eakins Oval (at Ben Franklin Pkwy), Philadelphia, PA
Ronald McDonald House is one of Historic Sites.

6. Ronald McDonald House

Boarding House · University City · 3925 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA
Boathouse Row is one of Historic Sites.

7. Boathouse Row

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Harbor / Marina · West Philadelphia · Kelly Dr, Philadelphia, PA
Rittenhouse Square is one of Historic Sites.

8. Rittenhouse Square

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Park · Rittenhouse Square · on Walnut St (btwn 18th & 19th), Philadelphia, PA