Philadelphia Zoo and Gardens
Everyone knows they will find the greatest concentration of American history in Philadelphia at the Independence National Historical Park, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.
But don’t forget to take time to embrace nature in the bustling metropolis, including the impressive views at The Gardens at Morris Arboretum and the playful populace of the Philadelphia Zoo.
Or treat yourself to a serene afternoon retreat at the splendid Longwood Gardens, just a short drive outside of the city.
|Places where you benefit from the Philadelphia Pass
||Bartram’s Garden is a National Historic Landmark and site of international significance. Established by John Bartram in 1728, Bartram’s Garden is the oldest living botanic garden in America.
||America’s first zoo features more than 1,600 rare and exotic animals from around the world, 42 acres of picturesque Victorian gardens, and outstanding art and historical architecture.
||Longwood Gardens, a jewel situated near the Philadelphia and Lancaster regions, is a place of unparalleled beauty.
|The Gardens at Morris Arboretum
||This garden is an interdisciplinary center that integrates art, science and the humanities.