8 Tourist Attractions in Philadelphia

1.Liberty Bell Pavilion-The liberty bell has long been a symbol of freedom and independence in the United States. It rang to mark the signing of the Constitution.

2.Independence Hall-Independence Hall originally served as the State House of the Colony of Pennsylvania and is best known as the place where the Declaration.

3.Independence National Historical Park-Independence National Historical Park is quite possibly America's most historic square mile. In addition to housing famous.

4.Philadelphia Museum of Art and the "Rocky Steps"-The Philadelphia Museum of Art contains one of the United States' largest collections of painting.

5.Reading Terminal Market-The Market at Reading Terminal has been a National Historic Landmark since 1995, and is a deeply rooted Philadelphia institution.

6.The Barnes Foundation-Established by Dr. Albert Barnes, this museum is an integral part of Philadelphia's Parkway museum district. It houses some of the world's biggest collections of French.

7.LOVE Park-Philadelphia's favorite photo-op celebrates "the City of Brotherly Love" with Robert Indiana's iconic LOVE sculpture, installed in John F. Kennedy Plaza.

8.Please Touch Museum-The Please Touch Museum is every kid's dream - a place where they can "look with their hands" instead of just their eyes.