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Philadelphia Historic District at Pennsylvania
Distance from hotel: 14.14 miles
Category: Attractions

Experience Trolley Tours, Carousel Rides, Shopping, and Dining at Philadelphia Historic District

Explore the birthplace of the nation and the first World Heritage City in the U.S. The Philadelphia Historic District, which runs from 7th Street to the Delaware River and from Lombard Street to Vine Street, is home to many landmarks like Independence Hall, Franklin Square, and Penn's Landing. From the crack on the Liberty Bell to the oldest continuously inhabited street in America to the grave of Benjamin Franklin, this district blends history with modern originality. The district is also where you will find trendy restaurants, beer gardens, hip boutiques, art galleries, and museums.


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  • Evening in Franklin Square Garden
  • Lights of Liberty 3D Show
  • Tippler's Colonial Pub-crawl


  • Trolley Tours
  • Independence Hall
  • Carousel Rides
  • Shopping
  • Liberty Bell
  • Dining


  • What are the top attractions at the Philadelphia Historic District?

    Whether you have a hankering for some historical knowledge or you're a fan of the sights and sounds of Philadelphia, the Historic District has something for you. A few of the must-see attractions include Independence Hall, Congress Hall, Franklin Square, The Betsy Ross House, and Elfreth’s Alley. Of course, you cannot miss the most iconic symbol in American history, The Liberty Bell.
  • Where can I park in the Philadelphia Historic District?

    Once in the Historic District, you will be able to find plenty of parking options. The most convenient parking garage is located directly underneath the Independence Visitor Center. Others include the National Constitution Center Parking at 6th & Race Streets and EZ Park at 9th & Race Streets. If you choose to use on-street parking, be sure to carefully read the rules on signs for the designated time frame and the maximum time you can park.

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