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Flights to Philadelphia

The long and exciting history of Philadelphia has always been evident. Philadelphia, one of the most important historical cities in America, is home to some of America's top museums.

Reasons to visit Philadelphia:

City Murals:

International recognition for the 'city of murals has been granted to Philadelphia. The town is effectively a massive outdoor art museum, where one can see everything, with up to 100 new artworks made each year. There are lots of public and private walking tours on sale, and whether you are interested in seeing the best of what you can, there would be a tracker on the Mural Arts website.

Museums:

Philadelphia has museums that will serve the interests of a variety of people. The Franklin Institute is an exciting and immersive science museum. While in the museum, an impressive statue of Benjamin Franklin, the well-known physicist and a founder of the United States, will welcome you inside. Also, opposite the Philadelphia Museum of Art is the famed Rocky monument.

Shopping:

The town has a massive mix of boutiques in the city center and comprehensive centers, which houses all the best brands. Make sure to have shopping included in your trip to Philadelphia since clothing and shoes are entirely tax-free in the city.

Walking city:

Philadelphia is a walkers' dream, ranked among the top five walkable towns in America. Wherever you are in the area, your destination can be easily reached on foot. The simplicity of the grid makes navigating simple. Philadelphia has a rideshare system of stations across the whole city and many bike paths for anybody who wants to walk.

Top sites to visit in Philadelphia:

The Liberty Bell:

The bell of freedom in the United States has long been a sign of freedom and equality. It marked the constitution's signature, and the big break was made in 1846 when George Washington's birthday was celebrated. This and some other information can be discovered in the shows. A video will demonstrate how the bell is embraced as a sign of independence by abolitionists, suffragists, and other classes.

Reading terminal market:

This market and is home to more than 80 different vendors. You can try all types of food here, like Greek, Thai, Mexican and Indian specialties – from all over the world when looking at homemade handicrafts and jewelry. Travelers enjoy the choice of foods and claim anything for everyone. Some of the food stalls have their sitting rooms while there's a single dining hall. When navigating the market, consider registering for a tour if you are looking for any guidance.

Philadelphia Museum of Art:

One of the biggest collections of painting and other art from the United States is housed in the Philadelphia Museum of Arts. Medieval galleries, including photographs of Rogier van der Weyden and the Brothers van Eyck, are among the best parts of the museum. In addition, there are whole structures from across the globe, including an Indian temple hall, a Chinese palace hall from the 17th century, and a Japanese tea house. There are paintings of the 18th and 19th centuries of the Renaissance and Baroque paintings as well.

Barnes Foundation:

This foundation has some of the world's largest collections, including the world's largest French Impressionist and Post-Impressionist art collections. On the first Sunday of the month, the museum also hosts visitors free for gallery viewing, games, and family-friendly entertainment. On the first monthly Friday, adults will spend a night touring exhibits, participate in lectures and enjoy live music and refreshments.

LOVE Park:

With the classic LOVE sculpture of Robert Indiana, Philadelphia's favorite photo op honors "The City of Brotherly Love." The square, also known as the LOVE Park, is an access point to the Museum Mile in Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin Parkway, where you can find the Barnes Foundation, the Franklin Institute, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art. LOVE Park is the site of numerous pop-up activities, like a Christmas village, green fields, trees, hikes, benches, and open paved areas for festivals and events.

Best time to visit Philadelphia:

Philadelphia is the perfect place to visit from March through May when the town's weather is pleasant and moderate hotel prices are accessible. Moreover, a visit to the spring will give the town a burst of photogenic cherry flowers.

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Philadelphia

22-Oct-2020

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Philadelphia

22-Oct-2020

Miami

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Top places to visit in Philadelphia
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The Liberty Bell
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Reading terminal market
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Philadelphia Museum of Art
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Barnes Foundation