Explore Museum Mile on Benjamin Franklin Parkway, home to some of the most iconic museums and institutions. Marvel over 200,000 examples of art spanning more than 2,000 years in history at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which is also home to the “Rocky Steps” and Rocky statue featured in the Academy Award-winning film Rocky. The Rodin Museum is home to the largest Rodin collection outside of Paris and is where iconic statue "The Thinker" remains.
World-class cuisine prepared by celebrity and award-winning chefs can be found throughout the many diverse neighborhoods that make up the downtown Philadelphia area. Options abound as PHL is home to more than 2,500 restaurants, 250 outdoor cafes and over 200 BYOB (Bring Your Own Bottle) style restaurants. Home to nationally recognized breweries and festivals, and historical brewpubs and tours, it comes with no surprise that Philadelphia is named among the best beer drinking cities and late night capitals in the U.S
Known as the birthplace of America, Philadelphia offers a vast array of historic activities. Before you leave, be sure to snap a photo and also learn about the Liberty Bell, a globally recognized symbol of freedom and visit Betsy Ross House, this historic house commemorates the life and accomplishments of Betsy Ross, a Philadelphia patriot believed to have made the first American flag.
Dubbed the #2 shopping city in the world by Condé Nast Traveler, Philadelphia is a shopping haven for visitors. From high-end boutiques in Rittenhouse Row to discount outlets at Philadelphia Premium Outlets, shoppers can indulge in Philadelphia’s tax-free shopping on all clothes and shoes. With the largest shopping mall (retail space) in the U.S., King of Prussia Mall globally-recognized Macy and trendy local shops, Philadelphia is a shopping mecca for all.