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  • 40th Street Summer Series

    Free monthly outdoor concerts in University City

    Once a month every month this summer, University City hosts a free outdoor concert as part of the 40th Street Summer Series.

    September 16, 2017
    University City District ups the cool factor to combat the summer heat with the return of the 40th Street Summer Series, free outdoor concerts on the last Saturdays of June, July, August and September.

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  • Beneath the Surface: Life, Death and Gold in Ancient Panama

    Artifacts and items from a mysterious ancient culture on display at the Penn Museum

    Gold Plaque, Sitio Conte, Panama, ca. 700-900 CE.

    Through November 1, 2015
    Dig into the history of a lost Panamanian society during Beneath the Surface: Life, Death and Gold in Ancient Panama at the Penn Museum. Explore the art and artifacts of the Coclé, a sophisticated ancient culture that laid undiscovered until the 20th century.

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  • The Golden Age of King Midas
    at the Penn Museum

    Learn the legendary story of King Midas and his Golden Touch

    The Golden Age of King Midas at the Penn Museum gives guests a broad portrait of what life was like more than 2500 years ago in Ancient Egypt.

    February 13 – November 27, 2016
    The Penn Museum hosts a premiere, nine-month exhibition featuring the legendary “Golden Touch” King Midas and more than 120 objects found at the tomb of his father.

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  • Abner’s Cheesesteaks

    Old-school Philly cheesesteaks

    A campus stalwart for more than 20 years, Abner’s enjoys such lasting popularity that it actually ships its real-deal steaks to former University City students and residents throughout the country. They also offer pizza, stromboli, sandwiches and more until the wee hours of the morning.

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  • Addams Gallery

    This is one of the many galleries where students and faculty of Penn’s finearts and architecture programs exhibit their work. Located in Addams Hall, it hosts approximately four openings per semester.

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  • Ajia Japanese Fusion

    With an all-you-can-eat menu, Japanese restaurant Ajia places a strong emphasis on teriyaki and sushi. Popular rice specials for lunch are especially affordable.

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  • AKA University City

    Ultra-luxury hotel suites and apartment residences

    Located in the heart of Philadelphia’s innovation and business district, AKA University City will offer luxury hotel and apartment residences on the upper floors of Cira Centre South’s vertical neighborhood.

    Located in the heart of Philadelphia’s innovation and business district, AKA University City offers ultra luxury hotel suites and apartment residences on the upper floors of Cira Centre South’s vertical neighborhood.

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  • American Apparel

    Simple tees made in the USA

    American-made basics abound in a rainbow of colors at the University City location of this scenester-approved outfitter. All clothing is made in the United States.

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  • Amtrak

    Philadelphia is home to the third busiest train station in the country

    If you need to get to Philadelphia quickly, Acela Express trains running between Boston, New York, Philadelphia, and Washington, DC, are the way to go. Amtrak offers quick, comfortable travel between the cities seven days a week.

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  • Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

    Premier performance space at the University of Pennsylvania

    As one of the nation’s premier urban performing arts centers on a university campus, Annenberg puts on all genres of cultural performance. Jazz, world music, dramatic touring theater and local Philadelphia artists make the venue a place toexplore “adventuresome perspectives on contemporary issues and timeless ideas.”

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  • Arthur Ross Gallery

    Global art on campus

    In just one room, Arthur Ross Gallery houses objects from Penn’s collections, as well as other major public and private collections. Though compact, it’s notable for its home in a Frank Furness-designed late-Victorian Romanesque building, completed in 1891.

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  • Artisserie Chocolate Cafe

    Sweet treats, boxed chocolates and more

    Artisserie specializes in a wide array of boxed chocolates, as well as cupcakes, cookies, specialty desserts and other confections best enjoyed with a hot cup of coffee.

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  • Avril 50

    Papers and coffee from around the world

    With a selection of international coffee, chocolate, tobacco and tea and an array of postcards, this tiny shop tucked along charming Sansom Street is a must-stop for lovers of foreign cultures. They can also browse a newsstand that holds newspapers, academic journals and high-end fashion magazines from countries and continents as diverse as Europe, China, Israel and Lebanon.

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  • Baby Blues BBQ

    Smokin’ cue on campus

    The Philly outpost of a brand that has multiple locations in California, Baby Blues is a U-City favorite for ribs, pulled pork, brisket and soulful sides galore.

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  • Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll

    Most affordable festival returns to West Philadelphia

    Crowds pack the streets during the Baltimore Avenue  for cheap eats and entertainment.

    September 7, 2017
    The Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll is returning this year for two evenings of live music and $1 deals.

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  • BlackStar Film Festival

    Showcase of innovative and genre-defying cinema

    The BlackStar Film Festival is a four-day celebration showcasing artistically innovative and genre-defying films by and about the global black experience.

    August 3-6, 2017
    Now in its sixth year, the BlackStar Film Festival is a four-day celebration showcasing artistically innovative and genre-defying films by and about the global black experience.

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  • Breadboard

    The intersection of art and technology

    Breadboard is a facility designed to push the boundaries of hands-on creative innovation in a state-of-the-art workshop environment.

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  • Bridgewater’s Pub

    Grand drinks in Philadelphia’s central train station

    Located in 30th Street Station, Bridgewater’s offers commuters and travelers a seasonally changing menu and wide selection of imported and local beers, all served in an upbeat atmosphere. The menu includes ethnic and American specialties such as duck pot stickers, ceviche, baba ghanoush, rabbit sliders and salmon BLTs—and it all changes depending on the mood of the chef.

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  • Bulletin Building

    George Howe’s last major commission

    Designed with Louis McAllister Jr., this simple modern structure was built as the offices and production plant for the Philadelphia Evening Bulletin newspaper.

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  • Carina Tea & Waffles

    A unique and tasty combo in University City

    Carina Tea & Waffles offers high-quality loose leaf tea and tasty Belgian waffles to hungry and thirsty customers in University City.

    The goal of University City’s Carina Tea & Waffles: Bring high-quality loose leaf tea to Philadelphia as an alternative to coffee — and throw in some tasty Belgian waffles for good measure.

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  • Centennial Bank

    Frank Furness (1876)

    Centennial Bank

    Centennial Bank, restored by Drexel University, includes such typical Furness devices as squat columns, pointed windows, and decorative brick patterns.

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  • Class of 1923 Arena

    Cooler than being cool

    Home to local collegiate hockey games and many other on-ice activities, this 2,500-seat rink is the largest collegiate indoor arena in the state of Pennsylvania.

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  • Covenant

    1974 by Alexander Liberman

    Covenant by Alexander Liberman

    Forty-five feet high, the red tubes of Alexander Liberman’s steel structure span Locust Walk, creating a focal point for Penn’s residential area. As the title indicates, the artist wanted to convey a feeling of bonding together for a high purpose. Besides being a pioneer in large abstract sculpture, Liberman had a major impact on fashion publishing, serving as art director for Vogue and editorial director of Condé Nast Publications.

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  • Distrito

    Tapas and tequila reign at this funky Mexican hot spot

    Distrito offers a casual bar scene with as many as 250 tequila options.

    At Distrito, Jose Garces’ two-story Mexican outpost in University City, incredible tapas dishes mingle with a funky (and mostly pink) décor — including the restaurant’s famous Volkswagen Beetle booth.

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  • Doc Macgrogan’s Oyster House

    Old school quality on the half shell

    Designed as a throwback to the golden days of oyster saloons, Doc Magrogan’s prides itself on selling the freshest seafood, along with a large selection of wine and beer. The owner, an experienced a publican, lists two kinds of oyster shooters on his menu: one with vodka and one with beer.

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  • Eastern Mountain Sports (EMS)

    Gear up for outdoor adventures

    The adventure lover’s go-to store, EMS lines its shelves and racks with durable hiking, camping and biking gear, plus footwear and clothing. College IDs get students 20% off full-price EMS-brand items and 15% off national brands.

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  • EKG Exhibition Space

    The intersection of art and technology

    The exhibitions and programs at this gallery showcase contemporary art that intersects with advances in science and technology—and all are free and open to the public. A recent expansion includes a program called Breadboard, an art-and-technology hybrid combining 3-D and a collaborative workshop.

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  • Face Fragment

    1975 by Arlene Love

    A giant, gilded mouth and nose, this sculpture will surely catch your eye, but it was designed as a tribute to other senses — namely, smell and taste, the research interests of the Monell Chemical Senses Center. Sculptor Arlene Love often favors partial figures, which allow her to concentrate on what she considers the essential nature of the subject.

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  • Fisher Fine Arts Library

    Frank Furness (1888-90)

    Fisher Fine Arts Library

    On the University of Pennsylvania, Frank Furness (1888-90)

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  • Franklin Field

    Historic home of Penn football

    Operational since the turn of the 20th century, Franklin Field is a nearly 53,000-seat stadium best-known as the home of Penn football and the host of the annual international Penn Relays gathering.

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  • Gia Pronto

    Sip and sit at this Italian cafe

    Outfitted as a retro-modern, all-natural Italian cafe, Gia Pronto satisfies its customers with its leafy salads, crisp panini and steaming hot espresso. All ingredients are free-range, hormone-free and never fried.

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  • Han Dynasty

    Popular for fiery flavors and traditional Schezuan dishes

    Rated one of the top 50 Chinese restaurants in America by CNN, built its reputation on its tasting menu and bold combinations. The menu helpfully assigns a spice level to each entrée, which can be altered to patrons’ tastes.

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  • Han-Wool Restaurant

    Easily accessible Japanese-Korean cuisine

    A mix of Japanese and Korean cuisine is served at this centrally located eatery, attracting students and university faculty alike.

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  • Hidden City Festival

    Contemporary art in forgotten city sites

    The Metropolitan Opera House.

    Find beauty amongst the abandoned, obscure and inaccessible sites around Philadelphia during the second annual Hidden City Festival.

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  • Institute of Contemporary Art

    Museum introducing provocative contemporary artists for more than 40 years

    Exhibit at the ICA

    Ever since Andy Warhol and his entourage caused a near-riot here in 1965, the ICA has been shaking up the city with shows revealing the hottest and coolest trends in contemporary art.

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  • Institute of Contemporary Art at the University of Pennsylvania

    A haven for modern masters

    Founded in 1963, this leader in the presentation of contemporary art uses exhibitions, commissions, educational programs and publications to share the experience, interpretation and understanding of the work of established and emerging artists. Its galleries have made significant contributions to the nation’s artistic fabric, having hosted wildly controversial exhibitions by Andy Warhol and Robert Indiana.

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  • International House

    Worldly perspective in West Philly

    Primarily a residential center for UPenn international student body, the “I-House” is also home to fascinating artistic and cultural programming, including film screenings, musical performances and speaker series.

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  • JG Domestic

    Garces goes homegrown

    J.G. Domestic in the Cira Centre

    Jose Garces takes a decidedly American approach at the aptly named JG Domestic, his creative, whimsical eatery in the Cira Centre.

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  • Kelly Writers House

    A place for pens at Penn

    Penn students, faculty, staff and alumni founded this gathering space for writers inside an actual 13-room house on campus. Each semester, the staff hosts around 150 public programs and projects that include poetry readings, film screenings, seminars, dinners, workshops, art exhibits and musical performances.

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  • King Solomon

    1968 by Alexander Archipenko

    Statue of King Solomon.

    The biblical Solomon might not have recognized himself in Alexander Archipenko’s Cubist-influenced bronze, but for modern-day viewers the work is richly evocative. There’s a stern dignity and perhaps a hint of self-righteousness in the king’s bolt upright pose with the points of his robe or cloak framing his head.

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  • Landmark Americana

    Elevated sports bar on Drexel’s main campus

    One of West Philadelphia’s most popular sports bars serves brunch for those early Sunday games and bar snacks for the afternoon and night matches. The large menu takes pub grub to a higher level with international dishes such as carne asada, Caribbean salmon salad and chipotle burritos.

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  • Leonard Pearlstein Gallery at Drexel University

    Exhibiting the work of local, national and international contemporary artists and designers

    The Leonard Pearlstein Gallery

    Since opening in 2002, the Pearlstein Gallery has been committed to exhibiting the work of local, national and international contemporary artists and designers.

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  • Mad Mex

    Hot spot for cool margaritas

    Huge margaritas wash down the tasty Mexican fare at the University City outpost of this tequila bar. The terrace gets especially crowded during happy hour, when margaritas are cheap and hot wings are half-off.

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  • Mandell Theater

    Drexel University’s main performance space

    Mandell is Drexel University’s primary space for student theater, music and dance productions.

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  • Mikey’s American Grill and Sports Bar

    Game-day favorite for cold drafts and big TVs

    With eight 50-inch flat-screen televisions, Mikey’s has established itself as a game-day favorite. American fare and domestic and microbrewed draughts keep patrons around long after the last play.

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  • Native American Voices:
    The People—Here and Now

    Challenging preconceptions of Native American culture at the Penn Museum

    Discover contemporary Native American Voices at the Penn Museum.

    Discover a living tapestry of nations with distinct stories, identities, and contemporary leaders at the Penn Museum’s newest exhibit Native American Voices: The People—Here and Now.

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  • New Deck Tavern

    Historic drinking hole on Sansom Street

    Located in three renovated Second Empire-style row houses built in the late 1800s, this tavern boasts a liquor license that dates back to the year Prohibition ended. Along with its half-pound burgers, cheesesteaks, salads and sandwiches, New Deck pours draught beers from around the world and houses one of the largest single malt scotch collections in Philadelphia.

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  • Penn Book Center

    Unoffical university bookstore alternative

    Functioning as an unofficial alternative to the University of Pennsylvania’s bookstore, this spot acts as a clearinghouse for new and used textbooks and scholarly and classic works. Local poets gather here for a poetry reading series and what may be the largest poetry section in the city.

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  • Penn Bookstore

    One of the largest bookstores in the city

    Often a stop on author book tours, the University of Pennsylvania’s bookstore carries more than 80,000 titles, making it one of the largest bookshops in the city. Students and visitors can also find Penn apparel, home décor, electronics and baked goods at the coffee shop.

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  • Penn Museum

    Transforming understanding of the human experience

    A Sphinx at the University of Pennsylvania Archeology and Anthropology Museum

    If you called its 15-ton Egyptian sphinx “one in a million,” you’d be right: it is just one in a collection of nearly a million objects at the Penn Museum (also known as the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology)—one of the world’s finest archaeological and anthropological museums.

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  • Penn Park

    The art of fielding

    The beautiful green space at Penn Park in University City.

    A beautiful green area situated between Penn’s campus and the Schuylkill River waterfront, Penn Park features open space and recreational facilities available to the public from 6 a.m. to midnight.

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  • Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival

    Philly honors Asian American films and filmmakers

    The Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival screens films celebrating Asian-American filmmakers and actors at locations throughout the city, including International House.

    November 9-19, 2017
    The ninth annual Philadelphia Asian American Film Festival (PAAFF) celebrates Asian American films and filmmakers via screenings of documentaries and feature films, panels, discussions, parties and much more.

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  • Philadelphia Cathedral

    Episcopal Cathedral recalls 4th-century Christian basilica

    The sanctuary of the Philadelphia Cathedral.

    The Church of the Savior, originally built in 1855, was redesigned by Charles Burnes, Jr., in 1889 and rebuilt in 1906 after a fire destroyed most of the original structure. Listed in the National Register of Historic Places in 1979, it was named the first Cathedral of the Pennsylvania diocese in 1992. The 2002 renovation removed the pews to create space consistent with the earliest Christian buildings in design and purpose: a space for worship, community, protection and inspiration.

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  • Philadelphia International Children’s Festival

    A family-friendly theatrical extravaganza in University City

    Performances of all sorts take place each year at the Philadelphia International Children's Festival, which draws in productions from around the world.

    May 18-20, 2017
    Philadelphia International Children’s Festival brings professional theater from across the globe, created specifically for children, to the Annenberg Center for Performing Arts at the University of Pennsylvania.

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  • Philadelphia Runner

    Run a few miles in their shoes

    Started by two hometown runners, this shop carries shoes, apparel and accessories to maximize running and walking performance. Center City and suburban locations extend the running mindset.

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  • Picnic

    Everyday is a good day for a picnic

    Specializing in gourmet prepared foods, this carryout cafe also offers both indoor and outdoor seating for onsite indulging in decadent desserts, hearty sandwiches and more. Most ingredients are seasonal and sourced locally.

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  • Piper Boutique

    Dress up with all-natural clothing

    The stock changes daily at this all-natural women’s clothing boutique, the first location outside of New York. Piper Boutique celebrates rustic style and textile traditions, and the staff is devoted to personalized attention for all customers.

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  • Pizza Rustica

    Wood-fired pizzas and classic Italian cuisine

    The menu offers pasta, salads and sandwiches, but the hand-thrown, hardwood-fired pizzas are the hands-down favorite here. Beer, wine, cocktails and espresso wash down the classic Italian cooking.

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  • Pod

    Superb sushi and dim sum in a spectacular space


    Philadelphia’s renowned restaurateur Stephan Starr is behind Pod, a popular and stylish pan-Asian restaurant in University City.

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  • Richards Medical Research Building

    Louis I. Kahn (1957-1961)

    Considered to be one of the most significant examples of modern American architecture

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  • Sang Kee Noodle House

    Delicious dumplings and fantastic noodles

    Dumplings, noodles and more are served inside the sleek dining room or outside on the expansive patio. Those in need of a refreshing snack can try fresh fruit smoothies and bubble tea flavors.

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  • Second Nature at the Philadelphia Zoo

    Art exhibition highlighting endangered species with unconventional materials

    Artists from around the world are getting creative for Second Nature at the Philadelphia Zoo.

    Through October 31, 2015
    The Philadelphia Zoo is getting a few rare additions in 2015. A dozen artists from around the world are creating ingenious and larger-than-life sculptures of endangered animals using recycled, reusued and repurposed materials for Second Nature: Junk Rethunk.

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  • Sheraton Philadelphia University City Hotel

    Boasting a convenient location and fantastic amenities

    The Sheraton Philadelphia University City boasts a convenient location and fantastic anemities

    University City sits at the crossroads of academic excellence, medical innovations and a rich, multicultural neighborhood. The Sheraton offers more than 300 modern rooms and suites and an outdoor seasonal pool for relaxation.

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  • Slainté Pub & Grill

    Classic pub atmosphere just steps from 30th Street Station

    Located across the street from 30th Street Station, Sláinte offers bar food, beer and cocktails. The classic and clean wooden décor, plus knick-knacks imported from the homeland, complete the Irish pub experience.

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  • Split Button

    1981 by Claes Oldenburg and Coosje van Bruggen

    The Split Button by Claes Oldenburg.

    Knowing that Ben Franklin had founded the university, and noticing that a nearby statue depicted him as somewhat plump, they imagined that Ben had popped a button.

    The button would have fallen to the ground and been broken by students’ feet. Thus the sculptors created a massive aluminum “split” button for the plaza in front of the main library.”

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  • Sugar Philly

    Philly food truck making sweet history

    Making numerous appearances on The Food Network and named one of the “20 best food trucks in America” by Smithsonian Magazine, this Asian-inspired sweets truck makes mouths water with its meringue macaroons and crème brûlée. Fortunately for visitors to the city, the truck remains immobile so it can be easily found.

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  • The Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts

    Variety programming of established international artists

    Banners on the Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts.

    Since its founding in 1971, Annenberg has been an East Coast leader in presenting a multiplicity of performing arts. Now under the umbrella of Penn Presents it embraces The Zellerbach Theatre, Harold Prince Theatre, and Irvine Auditorium, all on the University of Pennsylvania’s campus. Its reach has grown far beyond the campus, drawing audiences from the suburbs and surrounding counties.

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  • The Architectural Archives
    & Kroiz Gallery

    Preserving and presenting architecture – in a National Historic Landmark

    How bombastic-yet logical! In the bowels of architect Frank Furness’s most outrageous work-a structure that looks more like a steamboat than a library-resides an archive celebrating the dynamism of architecture. University of Pennsylvania’s Architectural Archives preserves drawings, sketchbooks, models and manuscripts of more than 400 designers who worked over three centuries.

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  • The Awesome Fest

    Free, off-beat outdoor movie screenings in Northern Liberties

    The Awesome Fest returns for the summer with free movie nights at multiple locations all across Philadelphia.

    Friday nights through August 14
    Every Friday night, The Awesome Fest will return with free outdoor movie screenings for all to enjoy.

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  • The Drexel Collection

    Prestigious art collection on campus

    Drexel University’s two galleries, the Anthony J. Drexel Picture Gallery and the Paul Peck Center Alumni Gallery, were originally established in 1892 to showcase the collection of Drexel’s founder. Today, they house 19th-century paintings and sculpture contributed by friends and family of the university and an 18th-century David Rittenhouse astronomical musical clock, considered one of the most prestigious clocks in the country.

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  • The Homewood Suites by Hilton® University City

    Located within walking distance of the University of Pennsylvania

    Exterior of The Homewood Suites by Hilton® University City.

    This extended stay suite-hotel is located the University of Pennsylvania campus, making it a great location for visiting families, academics and medical professions.

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  • The Inn at Penn, A Hilton Hotel

    High-tech luxury in the heart of Philadelphia’s picturesque Ivy League campus

    Experience a luxurious overnight stay with a room at the Hilton Inn at Penn.

    Enjoy Ivy League accommodations at this hotel located in the heart of the culturally rich and diverse University of Pennsylvania neighborhood. Within easy walking distance of some of the nation’s most prestigious medical and educational centers, the hotel also offers easy access to Philadelphia’s most popular tourist destinations.

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  • The Nosh Deli

    Harty sandwiches and fast breakfasts

    The deli experts here stuff sandwiches to the brim with high-quality meats and cheeses. Bakers make the extraordinarily inexpensive goods right on premise.

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  • The Palestra

    A veritable cathedral of college basketball

    Checking out a basketball game at The Palestra

    The most storied gymnasium in the history of collegiate athletics.

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  • The Penn Relays Carnival

    The world’s oldest relay meet, held annually at the University of Pennsylvania

    A late April tradition, the annual Penn Relay Carnival is now in its 123rd year, making it the world’s first and most widely recognized relay meet.

    April 27-29, 2017
    The Penn Relay Carnival is now in its 123rd year and is the world’s first and most widely recognized relay meet. More than 100,000 spectators attend the annual racing event to see the world’s top track athletes compete at Franklin Field.

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  • The Porch at 30th Street Station

    Fresh air and fresh fare

    The Porch at 30th Street Station attracts both travelers and locals with food trucks, farmers markets and live entertainment.

    The just-renovated Porch at 30th Street Station has debuted the first round of its new-and-improved features. Located at 30th Street Station, the popular outdoor space is now offering better-than-ever permanent elements that will make the Porch a go-to hangout all year round.

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  • The Study at University City

    An urban retreat offering intellectual stimulation, rest and reflection

    The Study at University City features 212 guestrooms over 10 stories and serves as an oasis for visiting guests, dignitaries and college families.

    The Study at University City features 212 guestrooms and serves as an oasis for visiting guests, dignitaries and college families.

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  • The Walter & Leonore Annenberg Rare Book and Manuscript Library

    The intellect flourishes in this Ivy League inner sanctum

    Roots of the Ivy League go deep at the Van Pelt Library at the University of Pennsylvania. On the sixth floor is an inner sanctum with a stunning array of book and manuscript collections mostly assembled in the 19th century and acquired by the university in the 20th century. They document nothing less than the history of intellect.

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  • University City Dining Days

    Enjoy a three-course dinner at top restaurants in West Philly from $15-35 per person


    July 13-23, 2017
    Dining Days returns to University City for its 13th year of fantastic, prix-fixe, three-course dinners at the top eating destinations in the neighborhood.

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  • Urban Outfitters

    Hometown of the popular clothing and houseware chain

    People head to this bi-level shop for all-things urban cool, including men’s and women’s fashions, as well as funky housewares. The store receives many of the chain’s most up-to-date items, thanks to the fact that its headquarters calls Philly home.

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  • White Dog Cafe

    Farm-fresh dining in University City

    White Dog Cafe in University City.

    For more than 30 years, award-winning White Dog Cafe in University City has set the standard for using sustainable, organic and local foods from farms within 50 miles.

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  • Wishbone

    A new-school spin on fried chicken

    It’s all craft-fried chicken, all the time at the gourmet take-out joint Wishbone in West Philly.

    It’s all craft-fried chicken, all the time at the gourmet take-out joint Wishbone in West Philly.

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  • World Cafe Live

    Music club, restaurant and WXPN radio studios

    Dining and music at World Cafe Live

    This multi-level venue features a casual dining/listening space, 300-person bistro-style concert room, music shop and WXPN’s radio studios.

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