Independence Visitors Center
The Phillies are hoping to extend their fan base to out-of-town tourists by offering tickets at the Independence Visitors Center.
The eight honors students from Mott Community College are doing community service in Philadelpha as clowns, promoting an anti-bullying agenda.
What began as a salute to all things beer five years ago has grown into an annual rite of Spring. The fifth annual Philly Beer Week begins Friday evening.
Attention beer lovers: A new brewery is about to debut its creations here in Philadelphia.
It was part of the “Celebrate Arts and Aging” program of the Philadelphia Corporation For Aging.
The Phlash Downtown Loop returns for the 2012 season, beginning on Friday, with a couple of new destinations.
In honor of the 306th anniversary of Benjamin Franklin’s birth, park rangers from Independence National Historical Park were demonstrating a musical instrument invented by Dr. Franklin.
The City Hall tours begin at the Visitor’s Center on the ground level, which used to be easily accessible through the City Hall courtyard. That changed when Occupy Philadelphia began last Thursday.
“The hooks are actually where a lot of the carcasses of the cows were hung, and they remind you of some of the things that hooks were used for over the next 200 years in our history.”
If the federal government does shut down on Friday, some of Philadelphia’s top tourist attractions will be closed to the public.
Al Lee with the Independence Visitors Center has declared February date month in Philadelphia with “13 first dates,” a list of themed things to do with that special someone.
You’ll be able to see the Mummers strut their stuff and see what the judges see at the grand stand entertainment zone bleachers at 15th and Market Streets, but you’ll need a ticket.
The National Museum of American Jewish History welcomes visitors to its new Independence Mall location.
Located along the mall, visitors can see everything from the Liberty Bell to the Betsy Ross House to the National Constitution Center.