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Art Museum
“Climb the “Rocky” steps and soak in one of the iconic views of Philadelphia from the top! Oh, and the museum is wonderful too!”
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Historic Site
“The Liberty Bell is an iconic symbol of American independence, located in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Once placed in the steeple of the Pennsylvania State House, the bell today is located in the Liberty Bell Center in Independence National Historical Park.”
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Market
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“According to all guides, this historic marketplace is a destination you can't miss in Philadelphia. If we omit its historical value (the market was founded in 1892), it is still just a market with better food. The downside is that the Reading Terminal Market is always crowded. This place in Philadelphia isn't one of my favorites, but if you're hungry or hungry, this marketplace won't let you down. ”
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Plaza
“Posh and buzzing Rittenhouse hosts the high end of Philadelphia living with a multitude of stores and restaurants, set around the famous Rittenhouse Park”
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Art Museum
“Everyone knows the Philadelphia art museum, but near that. Barnes Foundation is not a well-known museum while it is really worth to visit. Albert C. Barnes, the founder of the Barnes Foundation, is one of the world's greatest collections of impressionist, post-Impressionist and early modernist paintings, especially in Renoir, Cezanne, Matisse, and Picasso. You would have a totally different experience than other museums. $25 for adults, $5 for students. ”
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Historic Site
“Independence Hall is the building where both the United States Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were debated and adopted. It first opened in 1753. It is now the centerpiece of the Independence National Historical Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.”
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Science Museum
“Historic museum that has become a Philadelphia staple for visitors and locals alike”
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History Museum
“Great start to your tour of philly. You can walk there and catch the hop on hop off”
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College History Building
“Freaky medical oddity museum. Highly recommend if you’re a weirdo, not for the squeamish.”
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Zoo
“Located in West Philadelphia the Philadelphia zoo is America's first zoo. With nearly 1300 animals the zoo is most known for its historic architecture.”
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Stadhuis
“I always pass through here on the way to visit my parents or just getting to the other side of town. It's a great building, full of architectural details. Dilworth Park, on the west side, has an ice skating rink in the winter and a run through water fountain in the summer. Love Park, across the street at the end of Ben Franklin Parkway, has the LOVE sculpture and a great view up the parkway to the Philadelphia Museum of Art (with the Rocky steps). A great place to hang out and take a break. During December they have pop-up shops (Christmas Village in Love Park and Made in Philadelphia in Dilworth Park), with food and a bar, light show, ferris wheel, and a little train ride. Carousel in the center of City Hall, and musicians and performers. Go across the street on the east side to Macys and catch the light show and Dicken's Village of A Christmas Carol there.”
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Sculpture Garden
“The Magic Gardens spans three city lots, and includes indoor galleries and a large outdoor labyrinth. It is a giant piece of art you can walk through and explore nooks & crannies. It is whimsical & facinating. To date, it is the largest work created by mosaic artist Isaiah Zagar. They host fun events, DIY art nights, live music & BYOB. Check the website calender for more information. ”
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Hardware Store
“Art Museum area includes all the major Art Exhibits and Museums of all types in Philadelphia. Nearby Fairmount street has fine dining and bars. Also of note is the Eastern State Penitentiary first penitentiary in the US, now a museum also temporary home of Al Capone. ”
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Sandwichbar
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“Pat's and Geno's are the two most recognizable spots to grab a cheesesteak for people outside of the city. People who live in the city, however, think of them as a bit of a tourist trap. If you must make the trip over and see for yourself, it's about a 10-minute walk. We'd recommend Pat's, as it's less of a spectacle than the neon monstrosity of Geno's”
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Park
“If you just like to relax with a drink in the right and a hotdog in your left hand, Spruce Street Harbor Park is for you. Several bars on the piers by the river invite you to enjoy drinks right by the water. You can also visit the adjacent marina anchoring the historic submarine or the warship Olympia.”
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Beer Garden
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“Enormous indoor/outdoor beer garden that’s a godsend for parents in the daytime, and a draw for large drunken groups in the nighttime. ”
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Toprestaurants

Sandwichbar
“Pat's and Geno's are the two most recognizable spots to grab a cheesesteak for people outside of the city. People who live in the city, however, think of them as a bit of a tourist trap. If you must make the trip over and see for yourself, it's about a 10-minute walk. We'd recommend Pat's, as it's less of a spectacle than the neon monstrosity of Geno's”
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Beer Garden
“Enormous indoor/outdoor beer garden that’s a godsend for parents in the daytime, and a draw for large drunken groups in the nighttime. ”
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Bar
“A fishtown staple, this is a great bar and they have some awesome concerts on the second floor!”
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Sandwichbar
“Local Fave. So it’s a friendly competition between Pat’s steaks. Their stores literally face each other. So you have to buy a steak from each place and weigh in on this debate. Whose is the best ”
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Frans restaurant
“Great food and ambiance for lunch, brunch, and dinner. One of the more popular restaurants in Philadelphia. ”
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Sandwichbar
“If you have never been to Philadelphia and want to try our local Philly cheesesteak this is the place locals will send you 😄”
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Bar
“We're pretty fond of this Point Breeze neighborhood gem, American Sardine Bar. They offer a nice variety of food (gluten free and vegan, too), their own brews (hibiscus sour is sooo good!) in addition to a super solid can list and fun vibes! You can't miss the place with their colorful strands of lights overlooking their courtyard. There's also views of the skyline which are nice.”
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Brewery
“Dock Street Brewery is Philadelphia's First microbrewery, Est. 1985. We are known for their award-winning beers like our Man Full of Trouble Porter. They add a couple of new beers a week to the tap and can lineup each week, so there's always something new, delicious, and timely - cue some solid, award-winning dark beers for winter, refreshing weisse beers for summer, and everything in between.”
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