Second Bank of the US
Independence National Historic Park
This L-shaped park, along with Old City, has been dubbed 'America's most historic square mile.' Once the backbone of the United States...
76 Carriage Company
For a unique way of getting around Philadelphia, the 76 Carriage Company will take you around various areas in a horse-drawn carriage.
420 Chestnut St · interesting places nearby
Second Bank of the US information
Modeled after the Greek Parthenon, this 1824 marble-faced Greek Revival masterpiece was home to the world's most powerful financial institution until President Andrew Jackson dissolved its charter in 1836. The building then became the Philadelphia Customs House until 1935. Today it's home to the National Portrait Gallery, housing many paintings by Charles Willson Peale, America's top portrait artist at the time of the American Revolution. (As of January 2015, closed for renovation until further notice.)