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You've decided where to go; now it's time to decide which cultural attractions to explore.
Discover the sophisticated side of Philadelphia with a visit to the best museums, art galleries, and historic haunts. You'll soon realize why the city has become such a popular travel destination.
The Betsy Ross House is widely believed to be the location where the first American flag was made.read more
The stories of the brave men who fought in the ugliest war ever to occur on American soil are told at Philadelphia's Civil War Museum.read more
Relics of religions from all regions of the world are on display at the Glencairn Museum, giving this facility a veritably varied collection of artifacts.read more
The Institute of Contemporary Art is part of the University of Pennsylvania, and investigates the way in which art and artists are able to inform and inspire their audience.read more
As the original meaning of the Constitution the founding fathers wished to convey becomes more challenged every day, there is an increasing importance within the understanding of this document.read more
The National Liberty Museum uses a variety of intriguing exhibitions to encourage discussion about their broadest of topics.read more
The educational institution offers certificates and degrees for artists, while the museum offers those with a more fleeting interest an opportunity to indulge in the fine arts.read more
The Barnes Foundation was established by Albert C. Barnes in 1922 to "promote the advancement of education and the appreciation of the fine arts."read more
The Mummers Museum
opened in 1976, and is dedicated to the Philadelphia celebration of the new year.read more
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