The first World Heritage City in the United States celebrates its past at sites such as Independence Hall and revels in its present as a funky, modern metropolis on a cultural upswing. Founded by William Penn and nurtured by Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia today buzzes with lively neighborhoods, excellent restaurants, and fun nightlife. Die-hard sports fans, avid art lovers, and history buffs all have plenty to explore. Whether you enjoy fine dining or a bike ride through Fairmount Park, one thing is certain: there is much to love in the City of Brotherly Love.
Benjamin Franklin Parkway and Fairmount
Alive with colorful flowers, flags, and fountains, the Benjamin Franklin Parkway stretches northwest from John F. Kennedy Plaza to the…Learn More >
City Line Avenue
City Line Avenue, a main thoroughfare of Philly's historic old-moneyed Main Line, cuts west from the Schuylkill River and intersects…Learn More >
Gentrification continues to transform the Northern Liberties neighborhood from a light industrial area to a hipster artist enclave and popular…Learn More >