See And Do
It may not be the oldest, but it certainly is the most historically significant city in the US and a must-visit for American history buffs.
Not only famous for its 19th and 20th century collection of American Art, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is just as famous for the 99 steps that lead up to its entrance. Known as the Rocky steps, this is where the Sylvester Stallone film's boxing hero ran as part of his training rountine.
Featuring more than 400 stores, restaurants and boutiques, King of Prussia Mall is the definitely the “King” of all shopping malls!
For a real Philly experience it’s got to be Reading Terminal Market. Amish merchants sell baked goods and fresh produce straight from the farm...
Rittenhouse Row is brimming with art galleries, haute couture boutiques, national retailers, specialty shops, luxurious spas and salons, restaurants and cafés.
The National Constitution Center in historic Philadelphia is America's most interactive history museum. Located just two blocks from the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, it is the only museum ...
Please Touch museum is fun-filled, totally hands-on, and so delightful that adults are entertained, too. Each nook and cranny has a different theme — from the fantastic to the practical.
The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts is home to Philadelphia's Opera, Orchestra and Ballet companies
The magnificent Barnes Foundation will enchant you with its thoroughly unique display of one of the world's most important art collections.
Philadelphia International Flower Show, the world's largest indoor exhibition, is held annually in March at Philadelphia's Pennsylvania Convention Center.