Visiting Philly - Top 7 Attractions in Philadelphia
Top Things To Do in Philadelphia.
A vacation to Philadelphia has something for everyone, see our top Hot Spots below.
Philadelphia is one of the nation’s most historical cities. If early United States history is interesting for you then Philly can provide weeks full of vacation fun. It’s hard not to go here and not find something to do. These are the most visited attractions the city has to offer.
7. Franklin Institute - Franklin was kind of crazy. He did stand out with metal on a kite just waiting for lightning, after all. But, he did discover the electricity that this museum helps teach about. Not to mention the other exciting kid attractions this institute shares.
6. Longwood Gardens - Horticulture is a spectacular art and the Longwood Gardens prove that. Millions of people agree.
5. Philadelphia Zoo - Any big city worth its salt has an amazing zoo for visitors to visit. Philadelphia is no exception.
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4. Reading Terminal Market - This may actually be the number one most visited place in Philadelphia, but we can’t put a price on the historical value of our freedom, can we? As for the market, it’s famous for its food.
3. Valley Forge National Historical Park - The encampment headquarters of the continental army during the Revolution welcomes over a million visitors each year. You should be one of them.
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2. Independence Hall - This historic building is the very building in which the Declaration of Independence was signed. Almost like stepping back in time, wouldn’t you say?
1. Liberty Bell - This famous is still a proud symbol of our nation’s freedom. Over three and a half million people visit Independence National Historical Park annually to see the bell.