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     Independence Visitor Center – The Historic District’s Independence Visitor Center—and three additional Visitor Centers—serve as gateways to the city and the region. Visitors can find information, get tickets to popular attractions or take a snack break. At the main 6th and Market Street location, visitors can pick up free timed tickets for Independence Hall. Independence Visitor Center, 6th & Market Streets, (215) 965-7676; other Visitor Centers: Sister Cities Park Visitor Center, 18th Street & Benjamin Franklin Parkway, (267) 514-4760; City Hall Visitor Center, Broad & Market Streets, Room 121, (215) 686-2840; Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street, (800) 537-7676, phlvisitorcenter.com     Philly Tour Hub – People from around the world can enhance their Philadelphia experience at this meeting space, which is dedicated to the traveler experience. Here, visitors can sign up for tours, engage with other travelers and local experts, get basic information, use free Wi-Fi, sip coffee or just relax between activities. 229 Arch Street, (215) 280-3746, phillytourhub.comIndependence Visitor Center – The Historic District’s Independence Visitor Center—and three additional Visitor Centers—serve as gateways to the city and the region. Visitors can find information, get tickets to popular attractions or take a snack break.

 At the main 6th and Market Street location, visitors can pick up free timed tickets for Independence Hall. Independence Visitor Center, 6th & Market Streets, (215) 965-7676; other Visitor Centers: Sister Cities Park Visitor Center, 18th Street & Benjamin Franklin Parkway, (267) 514-4760; City Hall Visitor Center, Broad & Market Streets, Room 121, (215) 686-2840; Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street, (800) 537-7676, www.phlvisitorcenter.com The first stop for visitors to

Philadelphia’s Historic District is more than just a source of maps, brochures, tickets, tour information and the all-important accessible restrooms. The center’s National Park Service desk offers daily loans of manual wheelchairs from 8:30 a.m. to 4:15 p.m. on a first-come, first-served basis—a picture I.D. is required. The same desk also lends assistive listening devices, a receiver with headphones and a portable loop system compatible with all telecoil-equipped hearing aids, cochlear implants and induction loop receivers.

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