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Independence Hall,  Independence Park, City Hall, Boathouse RowTours and Attractions

The casual visitor thinks of Philadelphia as the home of Founding Fathers in uncomfortable colonial hats, but there's much more to see and do than even Philadelphians can manage. Get to know the historic birthplace of American Independence, but don't miss out on the newer additions to entertainment.




An aquarium, open house tours, gardens, historic landmarks, the National Constitution Center. More...



The counties around Philadelphia have their own attractions. For instance rolling countrysides. And history. And, around the next corner, some terrific restaurants. More...



if you can't decide what to see first (or second), or if you just want to find out things it would take you a lifetime to discover on your own, try a tour. In addition to scenery and history, Philadelphia has architectural tours, cooking tours, light shows, fun bus trips around town, and, in season, a guide to ghosts, of course. More...




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