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Name Neighborhood Tags
National Shrine of St. Rita of Cascia

A breathtaking memorial for a 14th-century saint

1166 S. Broad St.
Philadelphia, PA 19146

Neighborhood: Center City Philadelphia, Avenue of the Arts, South Philadelphia Tags: avenue of the arts, broad street, churches, national shrine of st. rita of cascia, shrines,
Cathedral Basilica of
Saints Peter and Paul

The largest Catholic church in Pennsylvania

18th Street & Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Philadelphia, PA 19103

Neighborhood: Center City Philadelphia, Benjamin Franklin Parkway / Logan Square Tags: architecture, attractions, cathedral basilica of saints peter and paul, churches, philadelphia,
Saint Peter’s Episcopal Church

Active parish rich with the history of early Philadelphia life

3rd and Pine Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106

Neighborhood: Center City Philadelphia, Historic District, Historic Philadelphia, Independence National Historical Park, Society Hill Tags: churches, historic attractions, historic philadelphia, history, independence national historical park, places of worship, sacred places, saint peter's episcopal church,
Saint George’s Methodist Church

Oldest continuously used Methodist church building in America

235 N. 4th Street Philadelphia, PA 19106

Neighborhood: Center City Philadelphia, Historic District, Historic Philadelphia, Independence National Historical Park, Old City Tags: churches, historic attractions, historic philadelphia, history, independence national historical park, places of worship, sacred places, saint george's methodist church,
Old St. Mary’s Catholic Church

Philadelphia’s first Catholic Cathedral from 1810 to 1837

252 S. 4th St. Philadelphia, PA 19106

Neighborhood: Center City Philadelphia, Historic District, Historic Philadelphia, Independence National Historical Park Tags: churches, historic attractions, historic philadelphia, history, independence national historical park, old st. mary's catholic church, places of worship, sacred places,
Old Pine Street (Third, Scots and Mariners) Presbyterian Church

The oldest Presbyterian church building in Philadelphia

412 Pine Street Philadelphia, PA 19106

Neighborhood: Center City Philadelphia, Historic District, Historic Philadelphia, Independence National Historical Park, Society Hill Tags: churches, historic attractions, historic philadelphia, history, independence national historical park, old pine street presbyterian church, places of worship, sacred places,
Old St. Joseph’s Catholic Church

Active parish where Catholicism took root and flourished in early Philadelphia

321 Willings Alley Street Philadelphia, PA 19106

Neighborhood: Center City Philadelphia, Historic District, Independence National Historical Park Tags: churches, historic attractions, historic philadelphia, history, independence national historical park, old st. joseph's catholic church, places of worship, sacred places,
Arch Street Friends Meeting House

1804 Quaker meeting house is the largest of its kind in the world

320 Arch Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Neighborhood: Center City Philadelphia, Old City Tags: arch street friends meeting house, churches, historic attractions, historic philadelphia, history, independence national historical park, places of worship, sacred places,
Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal (AME) Church

The oldest parcel of land continuously owned by African-Americans

419 S. Sixth Street
Philadelphia, PA 19147

Neighborhood: Center City Philadelphia, Old City Tags: african american, churches, historic attractions, historic philadelphia, history, independence national historical park, mother bethel, places of worship, sacred places,
Christ Church

Where Colonial America made its break with the Church of England

20 N. American Street
Philadelphia, PA 19106

Neighborhood: Center City Philadelphia, Old City Tags: christ church, churches, historic attractions, historic philadelphia, history, independence national historical park, places of worship, sacred places,
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