5 Best Places To Visit In Philadelphia 

Philadelphia is amongst one of the most important historical city in the United States of America. It was here in this city, at the Independence Hall, where the declaration of Independence and drafting of American Constitution happened. Being a historical city, Philadelphia welcomes enormous tourists every year.

Here Are The Five Best Places To Look Out For In Philadelphia:

1. Independence National Historical Park:

Spread across fifty five acres, and also known as ‘America’s most historic mile’, the park comprises of enormous historical landmarks, of which following two are the most visited-

• Independence hall

This place is regarded as a world heritage site by UNESCO. It is best known as the one where the Declaration of Independence was signed and the Constitution of the United States was drafted. A visit to this building is completely free of cost.

• Liberty Bell

Located next to the Independence Hall, the place is regarded as a symbol of freedom and independence. Recognized for its crack, the Liberty Bell holds a significant message of liberty. The Bell provides the following message, as inscribed on it: “Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land Unto All the Inhabitants thereof”. A visit to Liberty Bell is also completely free of cost.

Independence National Historical Park
2. Museum of Art:

The Museum of Art consists of United States’ largest art collections.

The museum contains medieval galleries and the rooms of Renaissance art of 18th and 19th century.

It also showcases the European art of the s20th century, the American art by Philadelphian artists, and some fine Asian art.

Museum of Art
3. The Philadelphia Zoo:

Spread across 42 acres, this Zoo is a home for as many 1300 animals, most of which are rare or endangered.

Every year the zoo welcomes more than a million visitors and is among the best places to visit in Philadelphia [1].

The Philadelphia Zoo
4. Reading Terminal Market:

Established in 1892, the place is country’s oldest farmers’ market.

The market offers every type of cuisine, from sublime food to Asian and Middle-eastern dishes, to local products and cheese and desserts. In short, it is a paradise for foodies.

Reading Terminal Market

5. The Franklin Institute:

The institute is the city’s foremost science museum. It organizes various exhibitions for kids, such as Sports Challenge, The Walk Through Giant Heart, Changing Earth, etc.

The museum’s 79 foot IMAX Theater is country’s 2nd oldest planetarium. The museum also had an indoor Sky-Bike and 3D Theater.

The Franklin Institute

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