It's a historically related attraction, anyway, it's a very ordinary place without a sign.
The Bund of Philadelphia. In 1682, the British explorer and Quaker William Penn (Quaker William Penn, 1644-1718) landed here
This is a harbour with a waterfront park on one side. There are open-air stages, small theaters, children's play facilities, piers, public rest areas, etc., of course, there are snacks and other food and beverages. Looking across the shore, you can see warships.
The landing site is also a very historical place. It was here during the independence movement in Philadelphia that it was dedicated to landing operations. It is also a very nice modern park, and many apartments are also set up here.
The land of William’s Landing was an ancient Roman fortress in Pevensey Bay, but today the coast retreated more than ten kilometers away. In order not to go back and not to bleed, on July 30, 1688, seven political leaders from both parties in the British Parliament The dignitaries invited the Netherlands to govern, and William of Orange led an army to Britain to help defend the freedom of the British.
The place with a lot of fame, the scenery is more general.
Mainly to see historical sites, but not long after.
William Penn’s landing site is a few blocks from Market Street to South Street on the Delaware River in east Philadelphia, which is called the Bund of Philadelphia.