Arts and Cultural
One of the oldest centers of science education and development in the country, the Franklin Institute also houses the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial.
Philadelphia Museum of Art
One of the largest art museums in the United States, the Museum features more than 227,000 objects including world-class holdings of paintings, prints, drawings and decorative arts.
Points of Interest
The beloved waterfront area of the Center City along the Delaware River section of the city hosts numerous summer events and activities.
Independence National Historic Park
Visitors to Independence National Historic Park can relive early American history in one convenient location. The Park includes the iconic Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and the Independence Visitors Center.
National Constitution Center
The Center illuminates constitutional ideals and inspires active citizenship through a state-of-the-art museum experience.
Betsy Ross House
Visit the birthplace of the American flag and meet Betsy Ross in her upholstery shop!
Guests to the Philadelphia area can step outside the city and into a magical world of lush gardens and impressive fountain displays.
African American Museum in Philadelphia
Experience the history and stories of African Americans and the African Diaspora.
Independence Seaport Museum
Enjoy two floors of interactive exhibits, models, art and artifacts. Climb aboard the museum's two historic ships, Admiral Dewey's 1892 cruiser Olympia and the WWII submarine, Becuna.
National Museum of American Jewish History
The museum invites visitors of all heritages to share their own stories and reflect on how their histories and identities shape and are shaped by the American experience. An open door for all, the Museum honors the past and contributes to a better future by turning inspiration into action.
Christ Church was founded in 1695 and known as the "Nation's Church", where many Founding Fathers worshipped.
United States Mint
View the actual coining operations from 40 feet above the factory floor. See the first coining press, used to strike our nation's first coins in 1792.
The Gallery at Market East
"The Gallery" is an urban mall in Center City Philadelphia featuring more than 130 stores and eateries.
Sports and Entertainment
Citizens Bank Park
Opened in 2004, Philadelphia's gorgeous ballpark is home to the Philadelphia Phillies.
Lincoln Financial Field
This stadium is home to the Philadelphia Eagles and hosts popular concerts during the warmer months.
Wells Fargo Center
The Wells Fargo Center was completed in 1996, replacing the famous Spectrum and hosts more than 250 events each year. The Philadelphia Flyers and 76ers call the arena home, and acts such as the Ringling Bros. Barnum & Bailey Circus and Disney on Ice are frequent visitors.
- Campbell Soup Co.
- Cigna Corp.
- Comcast Corp.
- Drexel University
- La Salle University
- Philadelphia University
- Saint Joseph's University
- Temple University
- The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia
- University of Pennsylvania