About the City:
Philadelphia has a history enriched with culture, history and symbolism. The city is a melting pot of races, traditions and immigrant cultures and also possesses amenities that only the city's own heritage can provide. It is the home to the Liberty Bell and the Declaration of Independence, both tributes to the city's revolution.
Widely known as Philly, but formerly known as the City of Philadelphia, it is the largest city in the state of Pennsylvania. It is also called the City of Brotherly Love'. It holds the following statistics, it is the sixth most populous city in the US, the fifth largest city area by population in the US, the US 's fourth largest consumer media market and ranks 49th as the most populous city in the world. Philadelphia is sure to satisfy a variety of vacation desires.
Reading Terminal Market
Independence National Historical Park
Independence Visitor Center
The Liberty Bell Center
Long Wood Gardens
The Franklin Institute & Franklin Square
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Please Touch Museum