Top things to do in Philadelphia

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Vedge Restaurant
Tattooed Mom
Jim's Steaks South Street
  • Warmdaddy's

    1400 S Columbus Blvd 19147 Philadelphia PA United States
    Warmdaddy's celebrates the FOOD, CULTURE, and MUSIC that encompass the REAL SOUTHERN RHYTHM + BLUES EXPERIENCE. Located along the Delaware River on Christopher Columbus Blvd., Warmdaddy's has become one of Philadelphia's premier dining landmarks.
    Price range: Expensive


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Kimpton Hotel Palomar Philadelphia
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
Le Méridien Philadelphia
  • Le Méridien Philadelphia

    1421 Arch St (btwn N 15th St & N Broad St) Philadelphia, PA 19102 United States
    Originally a YMCA, our hotel is housed in a 10-story Georgian revival-style structure with intriguing historical flair, located in the heart of the city's business district and less than one block from the Pennsylvania Convention Center...


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Museum of the American Revolution
  • Museum of the American Revolution

    The Museum of the American Revolution (formerly The American Revolution Center) is a Philadelphia museum dedicated to telling the story of the American Revolution. The museum was opened to the public on April 19, 2017, the anniversary of the first battle of the war, Lexington and Concord, on April 19, 1775.
Please Touch Museum
Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art

    2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy Philadelphia, PA 19130 United States
    The Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of the largest art museums in the United States. We have world-class collections, exhibitions, programs...and some pretty well-known steps.
Philadelphia's Magic Gardens
  • Philadelphia's Magic Gardens

    1020 South St 19147 Philadelphia PA United States
    Covering half a city block of indoor and outdoor space, Philadelphia's Magic Gardens (PMG) glistens with creativity and urban renaissance. Artist Isaiah Zagar began tiling South Street in the 1960s and never stopped, eventually building a mosaic garden out of ceramic shards, broken mirrors, bicycle spokes, and vivid splashes of dyed cement. The tiled passages of PMG weave over and under ground, and perhaps more than anything through the mind of a dedicated and obsessed artist.