Attractions

Top Choice House in Laurel Highlands

Fallingwater

This Frank Lloyd Wright masterpiece is simply one of the architectural wonders of the world. Completed in 1938 as a weekend retreat for the Kaufmanns, owners of a Pittsburgh department store, Fallingwater blends sea…
Top Choice Market in Chinatown & Center City East

Reading Terminal Market

Keeping the balance right between food market and dining destination, Reading Terminal Market dates back to 1893 and is a city institution. The 75 local stalls crammed into 75,000 sq ft provide a strong flavor of Ph…
Top Choice Historic Site in Gettysburg

Gettysburg National Military Park

Gettysburg National Military Park covers 8 sq miles of land marked with monuments and trails. The museum at the visitor center is a must-see, particularly for the truly awe-inspiring cyclorama – a life-size, 360-deg…
Top Choice Museum in Logan Square & Fairmount

Barnes Foundation

In the first half of the 20th century, collector and educator Albert C Barnes amassed a remarkable trove of artwork by Cézanne, Degas, Matisse, Renoir, Van Gogh and other European stars. Alongside, he set beautiful …
Top Choice Museum in Logan Square & Fairmount

Philadelphia Museum of Art

The city's premier cultural institution occupies a Grecian temple–like building housing a superb collection of Asian art, Renaissance masterpieces, post-impressionist works and modern pieces by Picasso, Duchamp and …
Top Choice Historic Building in Old City & Society Hill

Independence Hall

The 'birthplace of American government,' this modest early 18th-century Georgian building is where delegates from the 13 colonies met to approve the Declaration of Independence on July 4, 1776. Expect a line out the…
Top Choice Park in Old City & Society Hill

Independence National Historical Park

This L-shaped park, spanning between 6th, 2nd, Walnut and Arch Sts, protects and honors the history and institutions that formed the foundation of the United States government. Stroll around and you'll see storied b…
Top Choice State Park in Pennsylvania Wilds

Cherry Springs State Park

Considered one of the best places for stargazing east of the Mississippi, this mountaintop state park seems to have plenty of space, but be sure to book well ahead in July and August, when the Milky Way is almost di…
Top Choice Historic Building in Chinatown & Center City East

Masonic Temple

Although the fortress-like exterior of this 1873 building is pretty impressive, it's the spectacular interiors – which took a further 15 years to complete – that really blow visitors away. Fans of secret societies a…
Top Choice Park in Fishtown & Northern Liberties

Rail Park

The old Reading Viaduct is the location of the first phase of this ambitious project to reuse 3 miles of decommissioned rail lines between Fairmount Park and Center City. A bridge over N 13th St has been rebuilt, ol…