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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.
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
Visit anytime.. This free open air exhibit is open 24hrs/365
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
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Liberty Bell Center
526 Market St (at 6th St)
"The historical artifacts and exhibits outside and surrounding the Liberty Bell are astounding."
520 Chestnut St (btwn 5th St & 6th St)
"Excellent park clean and well run. You can be inspired here to be free. Read the plaques and learn how it's a beacon for people wanting freedom."
National Constitution Center
525 Arch St (btwn 5th St & 6th St)
"The movie at the end is worth the whole visit alone. Great piece of history and appreciation of our liberties."
Bakery · $$
278 E Lancaster Ave
"I’m the salad you’ve been waiting for all year. The salad you think of when you’re eating other salads. I’m back for the summer. The Strawberry Poppyseed & Chicken Salad.The taste you just can’t quit."
Independence National Park - Liberty Theater
Located inside Independence Visitors Center
"There are no bad seats in this theater!!"
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!"
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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