The majestic City Hall, completed in 1901, stands 548ft tall in Penn Sq. It's the world's tallest masonry construction (and larger than...
Chinese Friendship Gate
The fourth-largest Chinatown in the USA, Philly's version has existed since the 1860s. Chinese immigrants who built America's...
Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts
A prestigious academy that has a museum with works by American painters, including Charles Willson Peale and Thomas Eakins.
Mcgillin's Olde Ale House
Philadelphia's oldest continually operated tavern (since 1860) – it remained open as a speakeasy in the Prohibition years. Great buffalo...
Reading Terminal Market
A wonderful one-stop shop for every appetite. Wander down the aisles past lines for famous Philly cheesesteaks, Amish food, lobster...
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Lonely Planet review
Lowes Philadelphia is an art-deco building with original details and one of the first skyscrapers in Philly.