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Commonly referred to as The City of Brotherly Love, Philadelphia is the fifth most populous city in the United States. It''s also a diverse cultural hub of the Northeast with a vibrant nightlife, historic Georgian architecture and more public art than anywhere else in the country. Founded in 1682, Philly prides itself as having one of the longest and most distinctive histories in America. From Betsy Ross to Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia is about much more than just finding the perfect cheesesteak.

Recommended Philadelphia Tours

Philadelphia CityPASS
Simply the best way to experience all that Philadelphia has to offer, the CityPASS is your ticket to six of the city''s most popular attractions. The pass includes one-day, on-and-off privileges aboard a trolley car and entrance into Adventure Aquarium, The Franklin Institute, Philadelphia Zoo, National Constitution Center and more. Bypass the ticket lines and gain insider knowledge with the all-inclusive Philadelphia CityPASS.

Deluxe Carriage Tour
What better way to see The City of Brotherly Love than aboard your very own horse-drawn carriage? The Deluxe Carriage Tour includes highlights such as the tree-lined streets of Independence National Historical Park as well as Society Hill, the largest collection of original 18th century homes and churches. So sit back and relax, the Deluxe Carriage Tour is one of the best ways to take in the sights.

Sightseeing Bus Tour
From Penn''s Landing and Please Touch Museum to Christ Church and Chinatown, Philadelphia''s Sightseeing Bus Tour offers a 90-minute journey with 21 stops along the way. Experience the city''s 300-plus year history from the comfort of a modern double-decker bus as your tour guide tells entertaining stories and gives insider tips on all that Philadelphia has to offer.

Top Rated Philadelphia Attractions

Philadelphia Museum of Art
As one of the largest art museums in the United States, the Philadelphia Museum of Art boasts more than 227,000 objects in its permanent collection including works by El Greco, Peter Paul Rubens and Vincent van Gogh. There''s also an impressive display of outdoor art at the Anne d''Harnoncourt Sculpture Garden and tons of family-friendly programs and special events.

The Franklin Institute
From sports to space, The Franklin Institute offers innovative and hands-on exhibits that the entire family can enjoy. Named in honor of noted American scientist and statesman Benjamin Franklin, the museum was founded in 1824. Today, it serves as one of the oldest centers of science education and development in the United States. With twelve permanent exhibit galleries and home to the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial, the Franklin Institute is a must-see.

Adventure Aquarium
The fifth largest aquarium in the country, Adventure Aquarium at Camden''s riverfront features nearly 200,000-square-feet of marine and wild life. And with over two million gallons of water and 8,500 animals, this is a must when making your to-do list. The aquarium, which boasts the distinction of housing the only great hammerhead shark on exhibit in the U.S., also offers encounters with everything from hippos to horned frogs to horseshoe crabs.

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