sculptorThe Independence Palace, the home of the debate and adoption of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States, is now the National Independence History Park in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Originally completed in 1753 as the Pennsylvania Capitol, it has been used as the Pennsylvania and federal Capitol building. From 1775 to 1783, it became the main rallying point during the American Independence, the seat of the Constituent Assembly in the summer of 1787.
sculptorThe longwood garden in Pennsylvania is a famous botanical garden on the East Coast of the United States. It was opened to the public a hundred years ago and contains more than 4,000 species of plants, in addition to fountains and statues.
fooler0809Stallone's famous work, the most classic and inspirational part of the movie Rocky is that Rocky ran on the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art during training, and then overlooked the city, where a statue of a virtual character was erected under the stairs.
M44***33The East State Penitentiary was once the most famous and most expensive prison in the world, but now there are only one shabby, mottled corridors and cells, and those empty guard posts. You can come here to experience the living environment of prisoners whose freedom is restricted, and explore the mysterious structure of the prison. Sometimes there will be some special themed exhibitions here, you can read the official website introduction before visiting.
Philadelphia Driving: Suitable, Running: Suitable, Cycling: Suitable
This place never disappoints! always love going into the city and exploring what it has to offer in and around the city! always something to do and it doesn’t matter what time of day it is. also a lot of great places to eat! can never go hungry in Philly. Main attractions are the sports teams but if you are looking for something more laid back there is always those options as well! all within walking distance of center city or you can take the bus to get there faster just be sure of which bus you are getting on. Safe and clean is always first and Philly offers that and there are a lot of cool non traditional attractions that are hidden throughout the city!
scenes from Philly a few weekends ago #philly
When you get out of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, you can get across the river and walk to the museum of archaeology and anthropology in the UPenn. It only takes 20 minutes. The Drexel University is not large but has many classical buildings. It is next to the UPenn. If you have enough time, try to walk around two campuses. Here are several museums.
It would be a nice trip to have a walk in the downtown of Philadelphia. I feel walking is the first choice to read its retro style. If you are bored with museum, buildings on the corner are also interesting. Here are many welcomed western food, like steak and Spanish cuisine. If you like Asian dishes, the Chinese city is nice place to go.
Inside and outside the church has quite a unique appearance. As it's in downtown Philadelphia, it’s not the biggest church you'll visit. But it nonetheless feels spacious and its style is preserved quite well.
Churches in Philadelphia are a great attraction. They are mostly open to the public and you don't have to make reservation. These are surrounded by residential quarters. It is not big, but very interesting. Each one follows its unique style.
The museum has four exhibition areas. The first part is painting that introduces the historical background at that time. The second part is soldier uniform that unveils the truth. The third part describes common people under the colonial rule. In short, the design is diligent and skillful.
Address - Great location near three shopping plaza’s including a Target and a Saks
Ambiance/Facilities - pool is open during COVID
Highlights - open pool
Avg. Price per Person - $90 bucks
Rating - great stay
Nice city stopping by.