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What To Expect on Your Visit to the Barnes Foundation
It's no wonder that art lovers, collectors, and students come from all over the world to partake in one of Philadelphia's most significant community treasures — the Barnes Foundation.
Sightseeing in Philadelphia: Must See Places To Visit
The City of Brotherly Love is home to some of America's most important historical attractions because its history stretches back all the way to 1682, when it was the capital of the English Crown Province of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia has witnessed many significant historical events during its long history. So if you're looking for things to do in Philadelphia, there's no shortage of options.
Interact With the Battleship New Jersey Museum and Memorial
The Battleship New Jersey has a long and storied history of maritime warfare. Visitors eager to climb aboard this seasoned battleship and uncover her secrets will be delighted to take part in the Battleship New Jersey museum experience.
Ride Through History on a Philadelphia Big Bus Tour
What better way to explore Philly than by hopping aboard a Philadelphia Trolley Works Big Bus Tour of Philadelphia? These highly recognizable double-decker buses will take you all over the city, drop you within close proximity of a variety of Philly sights, and provide live narration throughout your journey.
Splash Out at the Adventure Aquarium
If admiring miniature 13-inch, three-pound penguins, a glowering hammerhead shark, and some very friendly hippos sounds like fun, head over to the Adventure Aquarium in Camden to spend a few hours amongst these and other aquatic residents. Adventure Aquarium is bursting with sea life from around the world in extravagant exhibits and massive glass tanks.
Learn How Our Nation Began at the Museum of The American Revolution
Just minutes from the Liberty Bell and the building in which the Declaration of Independence was signed stands the Museum of the American Revolution, a magnificent repository of displays, artifacts, and engaging multimedia that will have you hooked from the first exhibit.