Independence Hall in Philadelphia
Visiting Independence Hall
Musical Artist From Philadelphia
A list of famous musicians and performers from Philadelphia.
Philadelphia Firsts and Other Distinctions
Historic Germantown in Philadelphia
Home to stops on the Underground Railroad, Philadelphia’s only Revolutionary War battle, and the country’s first paper mill, Germantown is rich with history.
Valley Forge National Historic Park
Valley Forge National Historic Park offers a glimpse into American history amid a picturesque 3,600-acre landscape.
Eastern State Penitentiary in Philadelphia
Eastern State Penitentiary
It All Began in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
It's where our nation was born in 1776 when the Declaration of Independence was signed in Independence Hall in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
City Hall in Philadelphia
For many years it was the tallest building in Philadelphia, but City Hall is small in today’s skyline. Yet it remains one of the city’s most architecturally impressive and unique buildings.
A Walking Tour of Independence National Historical Park
Our suggested route to visit some of Philadelphia's most famous historic attractions.
Philadelphia's Architectural Tradition
An examination of Philadelphia's 17th and 18th century architecture.
Famous Philadelphians - Benjamin Franklin
Over 300 years old and still relevant: writer, inventor and statesman Ben Franklin.
Independence National Historic Park
From the National Park Service, visitor information for some of Philadelphia's most famous historic attractions, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
Philadelphia's Gay Scene
Gay Philadelphia -Being Gay in Philadelphia - Philly's gay scene