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  • Big Red Pedal Tours of Philadelphia

    Pedal your way around the city’s top attractions

    Bike your way around the city with Big Red Pedal Tours.

    Big Red Pedal Tours provides guided tours of Philadelphia by day and night. Grab a seat on Big Red Pedal Tour’s unique Pedicycles to explore Historic Philadelphia or pedal your way through the city’s bar scene with an evening pub crawl.

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  • LOVE Statue

    1976 sculpture by Robert Indiana

    The City of Brotherly Love’s best-known landmark is <i>LOVE</i> itself — the iconic Robert Indiana sculpture in John F. Kennedy Plaza (also known as <i>LOVE</i> Park).

    The City of Brotherly Love’s best-known landmark is LOVE itself — the iconic Robert Indiana sculpture in John F. Kennedy Plaza (also known as LOVE Park).

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  • LOVE Park

    The location of the LOVE sculpture and the entrance to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway

    Robert Indiana’s <em>LOVE</em> sculpture at Philadelphia’s <em>LOVE</em> Park.

    A favorite destination for tourists and locals alike, John F. Kennedy Plaza gets its famed nickname LOVE Park due to the famous sculpture that calls the park home.

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  • Science History Institute

    Exploring the impact of science and technology

    The Chemical Heritage Foundation in Old City.

    Science History Institute explores the successes, failures and surprises behind world-changing discoveries.

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  • The Westin Philadelphia

    Elegant Rittenhouse Square hotel property boasting comfort and style

    A guest room at the Westin Philadelphia

    Situated in the heart of Center City, The Westin Philadelphia provides a convenient location guaranteed to satisfy your travel needs.

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  • SugarHouse Casino Philadelphia

    Fun and games on the Delaware River

    SugarHouse Casino, the first casino in the City of Philadelphia, is conveniently located on the picturesque Delaware River waterfront.

    SugarHouse Casino, the first casino in Philadelphia, is located on the picturesque Delaware River waterfront. This premier gaming and entertainment destination, open 24/7, offers a complimentary mix of table games, slots, restaurants and a VIP Lounge.

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  • Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

    A masterful collection of American art housed in a historic Center City building

    Gallery in the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

    A jewel nestled in the heart of Center City, the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) hosts vast collection of American art boasts treasures by local and national luminaries such as Charles Willson Peale (founder of the Academy), Thomas Eakins (who taught here), and Violet Oakley.

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  • Center City District Restaurant Week

    More than 100 restaurants offering three-course meals for $20-35

    Center City District Restaurant Week returns this winter with delicious, conscious meals at 120 different restaurants.

    January 14-26, 2018
    Center City District Restaurant Week welcomes diners with delicious, budget conscious meals at as many as 120 restaurants for $20-35.

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  • Philadelphia Museum of Art

    Third-largest art museum in the country and a must-see attraction

    The Philadelphia Museum of Art

    Like Philadelphia’s own Parthenon, the Philadelphia Museum of Art sits majestically on a rise at the end of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The vast collections of this temple of art make it the third-largest art museum in the country, and an absolute must-see on the city’s cultural circuit.

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  • Rodin Museum

    The largest collection of Auguste Rodin sculptures outside France

    “The Thinker” outside of the Rodin Museum.

    The greatest hits of the famed 19th-century sculptor are all here – bronze casts of Eternal Springtime, The Gates of Hell, The Burghers of Calais, and, of course, The Thinker. Bold, energetic and emotionally intense, these works are set in a temple-like building down the Benjamin Franklin Parkway from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which administers the collection.

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  • Philadelphia Home Show

    Home improvement haven

    Discover the latest in home improvements at the Philadelphia Home Show.

    January 12-15 and 19-21, 2018
    Fall in love with your home again at the annual Philadelphia Home Show, the region’s premier building, design and landscaping event, at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.

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  • Museum of the American Revolution

    An expansive collection of art and artifacts from the nation’s Revolutionary Period

    A new museum in the heart of Philadelphia’s Historic District, the Museum of American Revolution brings an expansive collection of art and artifacts from the nation’s Revolutionary Period

    Now Open
    The drama unfolds exhibit by exhibit at the brand-new Museum of the American Revolution. Three blocks from Independence Hall — the command center for the Revolution — this high-tech exploration into U.S. history reveals the strategic wins, crushing losses and the personal and world-altering consequences of the war for We the People.

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  • Parkway 100

    The 14-month centennial celebration of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway

    Parkway 100 celebrates the Benjamin Franklin Parkway’s centennial with 14 months of special events and exhibitions at area institutions and outdoor spaces that line the thoroughfare.

    Through November 16, 2018
    Philadelphia celebrates the Benjamin Franklin Parkway’s centennial birthday with Parkway 100, a 14-month soiree featuring special events and exhibitions at the venerable institutions and outdoor spaces that line the thoroughfare.

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  • Aloft Philadelphia Downtown

    Artistically styled comfort in the heart of downtown Philadelphia

    A guestroom at Aloft Downtown.

    The Aloft Philadelphia Downtown, directly attached to the Pennsylvania Convention Center, offers a central location for visitors to stay, play, meet and greet in Center City Philadelphia.

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  • St. Patrick’s Day Parade

    Philadelphia’s long-standing celebration of everything Irish

    A Philadelphia tradition since 1771, the St. Patrick’s Day Parade — one of the oldest parades in the country — is a celebration not to be missed.

    March 11, 2018
    A Philadelphia tradition since 1771, the St. Patrick's Day Parade — one of the oldest parades in the country — is a celebration not to be missed. Join thousands of spectators on Market Street as the parade marches from City Hall to Penn's Landing.

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