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Life, Liberty, Philly
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Unlimited Energy, Endless Destinations

Where cobblestones whisper tales of revolution and murals rise in electric symphonies of color, Philadelphia pulses with the rhythm of reinvention. Explore sun-drenched gardens, savor culinary artistry, and let the sounds of live music draw you through new doors. Immerse yourself in museums where history comes alive, then witness innovation rise from every corner. Philadelphia is a city of audacious dreams. It’s a proud city, always ready to show you what it’s got.

Philadelphia Experience

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Center City

Philadelphia's heart beats loudest in Center City. Hunt for treasures at Reading Terminal Market, a thriving melting pot of sights, smells, and flavors from around the globe. Explore Philadelphia's artistic soul at the Barnes Foundation, where Impressionist masterpieces whisper untold stories.  As dusk falls on Philly, the area comes to life as locals and visitors alike flock to the eclectic restaurants and trendy bars and clubs.

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Old City

In Philly's Old City, time bends and revolution reigns. This is where our Founding Fathers dreamt of freedom. Their footsteps still echo in Independence Hall. At Elfreth's Alley, the nation’s oldest continually inhabited street, the homes still emanate colonial charm. Be sure to visit the African American Museum in Philadelphia, where tales of resilience and triumph are on display. And leave time to raise a glass at City Tavern, built in 1770 and which once hosted Ben Franklin, George Washington and revolutionary figures.

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Rittenhouse Square

Rittenhouse Square is a verdant emerald in Philadelphia’s concrete crown. In cooler months, the park is a winter wonderland. In warmer weather, visitors spread picnic blankets beneath ancient trees. All year, you can stroll through meticulously landscaped gardens and enjoy moments of reflection by the central fountain. Nearby, you’ll shop at trendy boutiques, dine at innovative eateries, and soak up the sophisticated ambiance of the surrounding architecture.

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Greater Philadelphia Area

There’s much more to see and do beyond downtown Philly. On the northern edges of the city, you can delve into art at the renowned Woodmere Art Museum. In Conshohocken, you can kayak along the Schuylkill River, catching glimpses of bald eagles soaring above. In King of Prussia, visit Valley Forge National Historical Park, where General Washington's spirit endures.