Philadelphia, Pennsylvania Things to Do

The Holiday Inn Stadium is located just minutes away from some of Philadelphia's most popular attractions and historic sites, such as Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell Center. You'll also enjoy close proximity to a whole host of museums, parks, and sports stadiums like Lincoln Financial Field, home of the NFL's Philadelphia Eagles, and Citizens Bank Park where the Philadelphia Phillies play Major League Baseball.

Wells Fargo Center -

Both the Philadelphia Flyers hockey team and the Philadelphia 76ers basketball team can be found doing their thing at the 20,000-seat Wells Fargo Center. The arena also hosts a wide range of concerts, starring such big names as Rod Stewart and Justin Timberlake, as well as motocross exhibitions and WWF wrestling.


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Philadelphia Parks -

The City of Brotherly Love boasts 50 parks within downtown and its environs. Enjoy everything from historic landmarks to first-rate picnic spots. Walking tours throughout the city's parks are also available from the Philadelphia Parks Alliance.


Pennsylvania Convention Center -

Conventions, conferences, and trade shows are at the heart of what you'll find at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Located in downtown Philadelphia, the contemporary facility delivers meeting rooms, convention facilities, an art gallery, rail stations, and shopping opportunities.

Tweeter Center at the Waterfront -

A 25,000-seat outdoor arena, the Tweeter Center is an ideal venue to watch live concerts from world-renowned entertainers. In the fall and winter months, the Tweeter Center becomes a fully-enclosed theatre where plays and family entertainment abound.


The Navy Yard -

Covering 1,200 acres on the Philadelphia waterfront, The Navy Yard features more than 115 companies. Discover new office complexes, large industrial facilities, research laboratories, and historic buildings on charming tree-lined streets. Walking tours of this unique site are available.
Philly Independence Hall

Independence Hall -

It was originally built in 1732 as the State House of the Province of Pennsylvania. In time, it became Independence Hall, the meeting place for the Second Continental Congress. This is where the Declaration of Independence was adopted and the U. S. Constitution was drafted.


Liberty Bell Center -

Learn about the origin of the Liberty Bell via video presentations and exhibits at the Liberty Bell Center. In addition to the recorded history lesson, visitors can view the actual Liberty Bell, which is situated in a glass chamber with Independence Hall in the background.

Independence National Historical Park -

Independence National Historical Park is not just the home of the Liberty Bell Center and Independence Hall. It also features of 20 blocks of Philadelphia's historic district. Highlights include Franklin Court, Congress Hall, and Old City Hall.


Philadelphia Sightseeing & Tours -

The best way to get the full effect of all that Philadelphia has to offer is by taking one of the many city tours. Engage in everything from walking tours to amphibious bus tours to immerse yourself in the historic landmarks, monuments, museums, and gardens.
Philly Stadium SugarHouse Casino

SugarHouse Casino -

Non-stop gaming action awaits you at SugarHouse Casino. Discover all your favorite slot machines and table games along with top-notch entertainment and delectable dining options. Open 24 hours, SugarHouse Casino in Philadelphia is a sure bet for a good time.


Lincoln Financial Field -

The home of the Philadelphia Eagles of the National Football League since 2003, Lincoln Financial Field seats over 68,000 fans. In addition to great football, this state-of-the-art facility also hosts a wide variety of concerts and events throughout the year.

Adventure Aquarium -

Located in nearby Camden, New Jersey, Adventure Aquarium features 200,000 square feet of space and more than 8,000 sea creatures in 2 million gallons of water. America's fifth largest aquarium is the only aquarium in the world where you can find hippos.


Sesame Place -

All the lovable Sesame Street characters, from Elmo and Big Bird to Bert and Ernie, await your arrival at Sesame Place. This truly family-friendly theme park overflows with fun rides, live shows, water attractions, cool parades, and all types of games.
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