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Before 1600 Pennsylvania Ave, this was site of the President’s House and Philly was the US Capital. 9 enslaved Africans are commemorated here. Read more
Visit anytime.. This free open air exhibit is open 24hrs/365
The PHLASH trolley runs Fri, Sat & Sun from 10-6 pm May-October 28, 2012. Just head to stops 2 or 18, buy a $2 ticket & you'll be on your way to seeing more of Philadelphia's attractions and museums. Read more
The First Public Housing
The exact location of this site had been lost to time, but was found when excavating for a spot for new restrooms.
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Liberty Bell Center
526 Market St (btwn 5th St & 6th St)
"The historical artifacts and exhibits outside and surrounding the Liberty Bell are astounding."
520 Chestnut St (btwn 5th St & 6th St)
"Get timed ticket at the Visitors Center and walk across to the tour start at 5th & Chestnut. Tour is remarkably low-key, leaving the setting as the main focus as it should be."
Chestnut St. (6th St.)
"Park Ranger Matthew did a fantastic job."
320 Chestnut St (Btw 3rd & 4th)
"Carpenters' Hall stands out architecturally. Its proportions are perfect; it has a sense of balance, of time & place. Carpenters’ Company (oldest trade guild in US, founded in 1724) still owns it!"
Fireman's Hall Museum
147 N 2nd St
"Great museum documenting the history of firefighting in Philadelphia! And its free - but donations are always appreciated!"
National Museum of American Jewish History
101 S Independence Mall E (5th and Market St.)
"Nice to see you're checking in. No trip to the museum is complete without a stop at Pomegranates Cafe where you can refuel with kosher fare, dairy snacks, a light meal, or coffee."
Independence Visitor Center
1 N Independence Mall W (at 6th & Market Sts)
"You could easily spend a few days browsing Independence Mall, part of America's "most historic square mile." Best part? Much of it is free."
Independence National Historical Park
143 S 3rd St (btwn Race St & Walnut St)
"Pleasant spot for people watching."
Benjamin Franklin's Grave
Arch St (at 5th St)
"On a budget? You can view the grave from the street and save yourself the $2 admission fee. Just be sure to toss a penny on the headstone for good luck"
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