Our founding fathers signed the Constitution and the Declaration of Independence in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, making it a popular host for history seekers and city lovers alike. As the state's largest urban spot, Philadelphia offers an array of shopping and antiquing, historic monuments and state parks and the state's largest museum, The Philadelphia Museum of Art.
Scout the various neighborhoods in Philadelphia, each with a unique draw. The popular and trendy streets of Old Town, in northeast Philly, offer a variety of shopping, nightlife and eateries as well as Independence National Park and the U.S. Mint.
Fairmount Park, the Philadelphia Zoo and the Philadelphia Museum of Art bring in thousands of tourists each year. The acres of the park are lush with history, recreation and culture all in one package.
The Philadelphia Symphony Orchestra is one of the top five city orchestras in the U.S. and with the many other theater and entertainment options you'll find, you can fill every night with something different.
An hour from New York City and the Jersey Shore, Philadelphia is prime for planning a multiple destination trip, sunning, shopping and sightseeing all at once.
Philadelphia is accessible through I-276 and I-95 east to west and US 1 and I-76 north to south.