Top 3 Must Visit Sites to Philadelphia

Top 3 Must Visit Sites to Philadelphia

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Philadelphia is full of interesting places to visit, around every corner their is always something to see or do. But for every new visitor to the city of brother love, we suggest to following top 3 as must visits to the city.Philadelphia, PA - Philly is full of interesting places to visit, around every corner their is always something to see or do. But for every new visitor to the city of brother love, we suggest to following top 3 as must visits to the city.

"Historic Philadelphia", it is home to a number of museums and historical sites. The city serves as the haven for history lovers as it home to a number of historical sites that narrates the saga of American Revolution. It is where the Independence of democratic America was declared and singed. It is also the birthplace of the Constitution of America. Nevertheless, it is a great place for a family vacation as well as for educational and corporate trips. Besides being a historical city, it has also developed into a commercial hub with a large number of huge corporate houses having their offices in the city.

A number of sightseeing tours are conducted by the local travel agencies, which you can choose from to witness the various attractions. Philadelphia day trips are quite popular as well as common among the visitors. The Philadelphia history tour, which covers all the historical sites in the city, is a part of day trips. Some of the historical places in the city that are worth visiting include:

Philly Visit to Franklin Court

Liberty Bell 2Franklin Court was once the residence of Benjamin Franklin, one of the founding fathers of the United States of America, Franklin Court is now a historical building in the city. He was not just a scientist, who invented lightning rod, bifocals, and the Franklin stove but was a mulch-faceted personality. He earned the title of "The First American" and also became the first United States Ambassador to France. The building has been transformed into a museum, which displays his personal belongings as well as other stuffs. The building also houses a working post office and a print shop, which together makes it worth visiting.


Philly Visit to Independence Hall

Liberty Bell 2Independence Hall is listed as a World Heritage Site by UNESCO, the Independence Hall is where the Declaration of Independence was signed. It is without any doubt a historical place that dates back to 1753, where the history of present America has been written. It is also the place where the American constitution was formed and adopted. Built by Woolley and designed by Andrew Hamilton and Edmund Woolley, the building is an epitome of Georgian architecture. Between the months of March and December, visitors need tickets for entrance and during the months of January and February entry for visitors is free.

Philly Visit to The Constitution Center

Liberty Bell 2The Constitution Center is one of the popular historical sites in the city. It is the place where one gets to witness the Constitution of the country that governs it. It measures 160,000 sq ft, where the entire constitution has been explained in details through artifacts, high-tech exhibits and interactive displays. One of the highlights of The National Constitution Center is the one of the twelve original copies of the Bill of Rights is put on display for the public, which attracts a huge crowd of tourists. It is the first and perhaps the only institution in entire Pennsylvania puts on display this 200-year-old historic document for public viewing.





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