Old City Philadelphia

Old City Philadelphia

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Old City Philadelphia's Historic DestinationPhiladelphia, PA - Old City Philadelphia is home to a variety of historical and waterfront attractions. A popular destination for locals as well as visitors from all over the world.  Home to one of Philadelphia's most charming cobblestone streets of the 18th century, plenty of historical locally-operated shops. What's more, Old City boasts one of the countries most iconic attractions- Independence Mall, where the Nation's Founding fathers declared liberty.

Old City Philadelphia's Historic Destination

Old City as a historical destination is very tourist-friendly. With historical attractions such as the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Penn's Landing, and Liberty Bell. Residents and visitors are also overwhelmed by the Neighborhood's spirited nightlife, vintage and modern boutiques, captivating eateries/restaurants, theaters, and galleries.

Old City geography-wise covers Vine Street to Walnut Street, East-West, and 7th Street to Delaware River, North-South.

Historic Philadelphia is known as the birthplace and origin of the United States and, according to the Organization of World Heritage Cities, the best World Heritage City in the US.
Old City is also home to many restaurants, beer gardens, and art galleries; nestled between historic sites, museums, and attractions.

How Do You Get T0 Old City Philly?

The leading travel modes are the subway line and the buses. The subway line will connect you to the market, 5th and 2nd streets. Buses will help you access Penny's Landing and top Philadelphia attractions with their crucial stop at the Independence Visitor Center.

Top Attractions In The Neighborhood

From the Independence Hall, Liberty Bell center to the National Museum of American Jewish History and the National Constitutional Center, this place is full of History-oriented attraction sites. To access most of these attractions, you need to get your tickets, and helpful information is available at the Independence Visitor Center.

If you want a family-friendly experience, the Delaware River Waterfront and Penny's Landing area are the perfect places to entertain the little ones. Penny's Landing is especially a hub of activities, including ice skating in RiverRink, dinners cruises, and park chills from iconic parks such as Spruce Street Harbor Park.

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