Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is historically important as it is where the Declaration of Independence was signed. Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell are both in the city. Other attractions include the National Liberty Museum, the Atwater Kent Museum of Philadelphia and Philadelphia Zoo. The city also hosts a magnificent Thanksgiving Parade. Flights are available to Philadelphia with US Airways from cities including Charlotte, Denver, Fort Lauderdale and Richmond. Southwest Airlines also fly to the city. www.gophila.com.
Over the years numerous taglines have been
coined to apply to America's most historic city, Philadelphia. It
has been called the 'Athens of the Americas', the 'city of
brotherly love', 'the friendliest city', the 'most honest city',
'the safest city' and, most recently, 'the city that loves you
back'. Fabulous 'Philly', fifth largest metropolis in the United
States, is all these things and more, which is why it is regarded
as one of the world's most dynamic destinations and the happy home
of more than three million people.
Franklin Institute Science Museum Philadelphia
Philadelphia's most visited museum, the
Franklin Institute on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, opened in 1934
and fast became recognised for its innovative and imaginative
exhibits that demonstrate the influence of science in our lives.
Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia
Philadelphia's elegant art museum,
established in the 1870s, houses a permanent collection of more
than 400,000 works in 200 galleries, recognised as being one of the
finest art assemblages in America.
Barnes Foundation Philadelphia
The Barnes Foundation, housed in the French
provincial mansion of Albert Barnes, holds one of the finest
collections of French modern and post-impressionist paintings in
the entire world.
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