Back in its heyday Penn's Landing - the waterfront area along the Delaware River between Market and Lombard Sts - was a very active port...
Elfreth's Alley Museum
Be sure to stop into Elfreth's Alley Museum which was built in 1755 by blacksmith and alley namesake Jeremiah Elfreth; it's been...
The cool Clay Studio exhibits staid as well as oddball works in ceramic; it's been in Old City since 1974 and is partially responsible...
La Locanda del Ghiottone
The name means 'the Place of the Glutton,' and chef Giussepe and Joe the head waiter encourage overeating. Small and modestly designed,...
Elfreth's Alley information
This tiny, cobblestone lane has been occupied since the 1720s. One home is a museum that leads a tour inside and down the alley. The 32 well-preserved brick row houses are inhabited by regular Philadelphians, so be considerate in the narrow space.