If you’re traveling anywhere in center city near Independence Hall, take a few minutes and treat yourself to The Dream Garden.
Whether you love it or hate it –Philadelphia’s remarkable City Hall is unique, impressive and a world leader in several categories.
Amy Grant writes about James Thomas, an early settler in Philadelphia who owned several acres of land in Southwark.
With a soaring 196-foot steeple that towers over newer structures nearby, Christ Church is both a spectacular historic building … and living history at its best.
The Philadelphia History Museum, which reopened in September 2012, has over 100,000 items in its vast collection.
When it opened in 1926, the Ben Franklin was the longest suspension bridge in the world!
The Fairmount Water Works offers visitors breathtaking views, innovative architecture and a unique look at municipal problem-solving.
Considering all that William Penn did for Philadelphia and our nation – while living here less than four years – he is seriously unappreciated by the very city he founded.
Americas oldest quarantine station – “Ellis Island’s Great Grandfather” – helped protect Philadelphia residents for 94 years.
A few steps from Independence Hall, state-of-the-art technology is making Philadelphia’s history come alive in powerful new ways for young and old alike.
After watching the National Museum of American Jewish History’s glass and terra cotta building rising along 5th Street below Market for what seemed like ages, Jim Murphy was anxious to see what was inside.