Philadelphia is known for its restaurants, its thriving art and theater scenes, and its plethora of musical talent and hip venues. If you hang out in Center City for just a day or two, you'll have plenty of opportunities to visit art galleries, to see high-quality plays or musicals at a reasonable price, or even catch a band that is about to sign a major record deal. Most (but not all) theater venues lie on or around Broad Street, while larger museums, like the Museum of Art and the Franklin Institute, are along Ben Franklin Parkway. Smaller galleries and theaters can be found primarily east of Broad, as you wander the small streets of Center City and Old City.
Visitor Center, 1700 Market Street
Tour Philadelphia's famous murals by trolley...
260 South Broad Street on the Avenue of the Arts
Hear the Philadelphia Orchestra and marvel at this magnificent venue... read more
600 South 43rd Street
University of the Sciences in Philadelphia
Vast Collection of Pharmaceutical Artifacts...
701 Arch Street
7th and Arch Sts
222 North 20th Street
The Franklin Institute Science Museum
One of America's Greatest Citizens... read more
123 S 18th St
(18th and Sansom Streets)