Philadelphia Sightseeing
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Sights to See:
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Ben Franklin Bridge
Welcome Park
1st Bank
Art Museum
Betsy Ross House
Elfreth's Alley

Waterfront Images:
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NJ Aquarium
Figures of Court Officials
Columbus Monument
Vietnam Veterans Mem
USS Olympia
Penn Treaty Pk

Independence Area:
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Independence Hall
Liberty Bell
Visitor Center
• Old Philadelphia Exchange
Colonial Townhouses

City Hall Area:
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City Hall
City Hall Tower
West Entrance
Penn's Reflection
Philly Skyscrapers

South Philly Area:
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South Street
Mummers Museum
Shot Tower
First Union Center
First Union Spectrum
Veterans Stadium

Philadelphia Theaters:
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Kimmel Center
Arden Theater
Walnut Theater
Prince Theater
Wilma Theater
Merriam Theater
Forrest Theater
Academy of Music

Veteran and War Memorials:
Doughboys of WWI
Vietnam Veterans Memorial
USS Olympia
African American War Memorial
Korean War Memorial
Civil War Memorial
World War I Aero Memorial
Pennsylvania Aviator Memorial
Veterans Stadium
Battleship New Jersey BB-62
WW II Submarine BECUNA

Places to see around Philadelphia

Sights in South Philly.

South Street East Bidge
South Street from the South Street East Bridge


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South Street

The intersection of South Street and 2nd Street


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South Street East Bidge at Night


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Mummers Museum
Located on the Corner of Washington Ave and 2nd Street


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Shot Tower
Located on corner of Front and Carpenter Streets
It can be seen off of 95 as you drive through South Philly

First in the nation. Built 1808 by Thomas Sparks and John Bishop to make hunting shot, it symbolized a U.S. industrial independence. Bishop, a Quaker, sold his share when ammunition was made here for the War of 1812. The Sparks family stayed in control until 1903.


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First Union Center

The Home of the Flyers, Sixers and Wings
See our Sports Pages


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First Union Spectrum

The Home of the Kixx and Phantoms
See our Sports Pages


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Veterans Stadium

The Home of the Eagles and Phillies
See our Sports Pages


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