Places of Interest
Philadelphia might be most famously known as the birthplace of American democracy, but you'll find it's an ideal destination for discovery as well.
With it’s colorful neighborhoods and rich history there is something to see on almost every street, and no visit to Philadelphia would be complete without taking in some of the City’s most unique sights, including Elferth’s Alley, The Betsy Ross House or the Eastern State Penitentiary.
And when your exploring requires you to take a break, relax and enjoy the breathtaking spectacle of the Lights of Liberty Show.
|Places where you benefit from the Philadelphia Pass
|Betsy Ross House
||This historic building is home to America's most famous flag maker.
|Eastern State Penitentiary
||Known for its grand architecture and strict discipline, Eastern State was the world’s first true penitentiary, a prison designed to inspire penitence in the hearts of criminals.
||Located in the heart of Philadelphia's history-rich Old City neighborhood, Elfreth's Alley is a National Historic Landmark and the nation's oldest residential street.
||Site of pivotal revolutionary war battle and civil war federal prison.
|Lights of Liberty - Liberty 360
||Liberty 360 in the PECO Theater is a 3-D show starring Ben Franklin, who takes you through the symbols of America like the American flag, the Liberty Bell, and more.
|Franklin’s Grave - Christ Church Burial Ground
||Christ Church Burial Ground - Founded in 1695, Christ Church is a marvelous place to explore Colonial and Revolution-Era history.