One of five original squares planned by city founder William Penn in the late 17th century.
Largest of four city parks offering great shopping (off Walnut street) and dining options. Pop into Parc for a bite and a cocktail at Steven Starr's flagship Art deco-inspired French Eatery (18th/Locust). Or simply sit on a park bench and enjoy people-watching (and puppy-watching). Grab a book at…
Most of the best bars, restaurants and shopping are in the neighborhood. Great park to enjoy a stroll and then find something to eat!
Lots of shops and restaurants sights to see on your walk there and Rittenhouse park
A nice landscape retreat from the city with fountains, benches, lots of trees. Visually calming and relaxing
One of Philadelphia's landmark parks. In the heart of downtown. Beautiful amongst the tall buildings.
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“Maybe it's a bit trite, but no visit to Philadelphia would be complete without a run up the Art Museum steps. As a bonus, those steps are connected to a world-renowned collection of paintings, sculptures, and photographs. After you've conquered the iconic climb, make sure to get a picture with the Rocky statue off to the right of the steps at street level.”
“Too many food choices for one visit. Be sure to get a donut from Bieler's for dessert.”
“Besides the spectacular architecture of the building and the zen grounds that surround it, The Barnes in Philadelphia is home to one of the world's greatest collections of impressionist, post-impressionist, and early modernist paintings.”
“This is one of the most iconic symbols of Philadelphia. Any trip to the historical sites would be incomplete without stopping to see the bell and hear a bit about its history.”