Philadelphia

Adventure Aquarium
Adventure Aquarium is chock full of things to see and do for hours of family fun whether visiting penguins, hippos and sea creatures or attending a live show featuring divers and sharks.
Philadelphia Zoo
Philadelphia Zoo is among the region’s foremost wildlife conservation organizations and is home to extraordinary and endangered animals from around the world!
Museum of the American Revolution
The Museum of the American Revolution explores the dynamic story of the American Revolution using its expansive collection of Revolutionary-era weapons, personal items, documents, and works of art.
Academy of Natural Sciences
Dig for fossils, discover African wildlife in lifelike dioramas, and see a towering Tyrannosaurus Rex skeleton at the Academy of Natural Science. This premier research institution, affiliated with Drexel University, is full of fun and enlightening exhibits that visitors of all ages will enjoy.
National Museum of American Jewish History
Explore 360 years of Jewish life in America at the National Museum of American Jewish History through cutting edge hands-on interactive and a collection of more than 30,000 artifacts including paintings, sculptures, film, photographs, and objects used in the daily lives of American Jews throughout history.
One Liberty Observation Deck Philly
One Liberty Observation Deck, Philly From The Top, located in the heart of Center City, is historic Philadelphia’s tallest enclosed observation deck. Enjoy 360° views 365 days a year, morning, noon & night! Start a visit to Philadelphia at One Liberty Observation Deck and take a free guided tour to get a city overview and tips on exploring.
Independence Seaport Museum
We’re all about water! Dive into River Alive!, a new exhibit that brings the wildlife, science, and wonder of the Delaware River up close.
Eastern State Penitentiary
Eastern State Penitentiary was once the most famous and expensive prison in the world, but stands today in ruin, a haunting world of crumbling cellblocks and empty guard towers.
National Constitution Center
Spend an unforgettable few hours at the National Constitution Center, America’s first and only museum dedicated entirely to awareness and understanding of the US Constitution. Located in Independence National Historical Park, the National Constitution Center focuses on three main exhibits and features more than 100 multimedia displays.
Philadelphia Museum of Art
Why visit the Philadelphia Museum of Art? As the third-largest art museum in the country and a treasure trove of masterpieces from around the world, the Philadelphia Museum of Art inspires visitors from all walks of life.
The Constitutional Walking Tour
Get out and about town for your daily constitutional, covering 1.25 miles over the course of 75 minutes. You’ll be walking at a leisurely pace as you go to more than 20 of the most historic sites in America’s Birthplace and gain an overview of the Independence National Historical Park area.
National Liberty Museum
Find your own place in the story of liberty at the National Liberty Museum, located in the heart of historic Philadelphia. Through interactive exhibits and galleries, learn all about real-life heroes in the history of the global quest for liberty, including Jackie Robinson, Nelson Mandela, Jim Henson, Malala Yousafzai, Anne Frank, and Mahatma Gandhi — just to name a few.
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
Established in 1805 as the first art museum and school in the country, today your museum pass gets you into both the Historic Landmark Building (with beautiful interior architecture) and the more modern Hamilton Building.
Fort Mifflin - General Admission
See the genuine Fort Mifflin on the Delaware River, a real piece of history that is sometimes overlooked in the hustle of seeing the city locations. The physical and architectural preservation reflects the period 1777 – 1875. This fort serviced all of America’s major wars – Revolutionary War, War of 1812, Civil War, World War I and World War II.
Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum
This Automotive Museum is home to one of the world’s largest and greatest racing car collections. There’s no need to be a racing fan though to enjoy this museum with the theme “The Spirit of Competition.” Any automotive enthusiast or just folks who want something totally different to do will find an amazing assortment of interesting old unrestored,
The Mutter Museum at the College of Physicians
Spend some mesmerizing hours checking out America’s finest museum of medical history with its beautifully preserved collections of anatomical specimens, models, and medical instruments displayed in a 19th century “cabinet museum” setting.
Battleship New Jersey
America’s most decorated battleship is now a fun-filled family attraction. Stretch out on the bunks where sailors slept, climb into the 16” gun turret to see how projectiles were loaded, and sit in Commander Admiral Halsey’s chair.
African American Museum
The African American Museum was founded in 1976 in celebration of the nation’s Bicentennial with a mission to engage diverse communities in appreciating the Black experience through art, history and culture.
Betsy Ross House
In the historic district of Philadelphia you will find the home of Betsy Ross, where the sights and sounds of daily 18th century life come alive. Betsy’s story of being commissioned by George Washington, Robert Morris, and Colonel George Ross to sew the first American flag is tightly woven into the fabric of American history.
Christ Church Burial Ground
Christ Church Burial Ground is where you will find the final resting place of Benjamin Franklin, most prominently known in Philadelphia as one of the Founding Fathers of the United States. In addition to being a statesman, Ben Franklin had a host of interests and talents including science, writing, and publishing, and he was a distinguished advocate for political activism.
Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania
A visit to the Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology at the University of Pennsylvania is an immersive experience that will change your understanding of the human experience. The museum is a forerunner in archaeological institutions around the globe, with an impressive collection of one million objects and artifacts!