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Independence Seaport Museum Admission

Independence Seaport Museum Admission - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

From USD
$16.00

Climb aboard two National Historic Landmark ships, the 1892 Cruiser Olympia and the WWII and Cold War Submarine Becuna. Maneuver an underwater robotic vehicle, fire a mock cannon and explore U.S ... More info ›

Climb aboard two National Historic Landmark ships, the 1892 Cruiser Olympia and the WWII and Cold War Submarine Becuna. Maneuver an underwater robotic vehicle, fire a mock cannon and explore U.S. naval history. Visit the Workshop on the water to see wooden boat builders in action. Discover the atmosphere of Philadelphia’s historic shipyards with Diligence, the 1797 re-created gunboat once built in Philadelphia to defend this young country from pirates.

Visit two National Historic Landmark ships, the 1892 Cruiser Olympia and the WWII and Cold War Submarine Becuna. Olympia is known for being Admiral Dewey's flagship during the Spanish American War and also receiving the honor of bringing the soldier for internment for the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier in Arlington Cemetery.

Becuna is a more modern day example of the technology and bravery of submariners in WWII and the Cold War. These ships will have ladders, hatches & gangways to navigate. The historic ships are not ADA accessible.

Explore two floors of the museum with exhibits that cover various maritime topics. Galleries include: Disasters on the Delaware: Historic Disasters and Modern Day Heroes, Tides of Freedom: African Presence on the Delaware River, Tattoo Lounge, Titanic Philadelphians, Boat Gallery, Underwater Gallery, and more.

Observe working wooden boats builders in action, in the Workshop on the Water and as they build the schooner Diligence. This gunboat was built in 1797 in Philadelphia to defend this young country from pirates. This new exhibit and ship is inside the museum, making it all the more impressive.

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Philadelphia Museum of Art General Admission

Philadelphia Museum of Art General Admission - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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$20.00

Discover one of the largest and most renowned museums in the country. Located on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in the city’s most iconic building, and the backdrop to the “Rocky Steps”, is home to works by world-renowned artists such as Monet, van Gogh, Rodin, Picasso, Duchamp and Rubens ... More info ›

Discover one of the largest and most renowned museums in the country. Located on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway in the city’s most iconic building, and the backdrop to the “Rocky Steps”, is home to works by world-renowned artists such as Monet, van Gogh, Rodin, Picasso, Duchamp and Rubens. See historical marvels including a reconstructed Japanese teahouse, a Parisian grand salon, and a breathtaking collection of medieval armor. It is the pride of Philadelphia—enriching our visitors, exciting the community, amazing the world.

Discover works of art at one of the largest and most renowned museums in the country. You will find beauty, enchantment, and the unexpected among artistic and architectural achievements from the United States, Asia, Europe, and Latin America at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. A landmark building. A place that welcomes everyone. The arts will come to life, inspiring you—through scholarly study and creative play—to discover the spirit of imagination that lies in everyone.

Your visit will connect you with the arts in rich and varied ways, making your experience at the Museum surprising, lively, and memorable. Come see the world—and yourself—anew through the beauty and expressive power of art.

Explore the Impressionist galleries—home to Van Gogh’s Sunflowers and Monet’s Japanese Footbridge and the Water Lily Pool, and meander through the Modern and Contemporary galleries to discover Picasso’s masterpiece, Three Musicians. Experience a ‘Walk through time’ of unique architectural treasures, from a medieval cloister to a Japanese teahouse, and a Chinese palace hall to a sixteenth-century Indian temple hall. Just down the parkway, the Rodin Museum offers a tranquil oasis and one of the world's greatest places to experience the work of celebrated French sculptor Auguste Rodin.

The Museum is also a major eating and shopping destination, with four shops featuring art-inspired and one-of-a-kind items, as well as books, prints, jewelry, clothing, crafts and toys, plus cafes and a fine-dining restaurant.

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One Liberty Observation Deck Philadelphia General Admission

One Liberty Observation Deck Philadelphia General Admission - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

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$14.00

One Liberty Observation Deck is Philadelphia’s newest attraction! See Philly like never before from 57 floors above street level, providing amazing 360 degree views of the City of Brotherly Love and beyond. From up here you will enjoy incredible views of City Hall, Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers, Fairmount Park, Love Park, Ben Franklin Parkway, and Philly’s other top points of interest.

At 57 stories high, the views of Philly can only be described as "Viewtiful"!

Philadelphia, the first world heritage city in the US, is rich in history, culture and cuisine ... More info ›

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One Liberty Observation Deck is Philadelphia’s newest attraction! See Philly like never before from 57 floors above street level, providing amazing 360 degree views of the City of Brotherly Love and beyond. From up here you will enjoy incredible views of City Hall, Delaware and Schuylkill Rivers, Fairmount Park, Love Park, Ben Franklin Parkway, and Philly’s other top points of interest.

At 57 stories high, the views of Philly can only be described as "Viewtiful"!

Philadelphia, the first world heritage city in the US, is rich in history, culture and cuisine. Located in the heart of Center City, One Liberty Observation Deck is within walking distance to all the major attractions such as Love Park and Constitution Hall and offers a once-in-a-lifetime view of the City of Brotherly Love.

Upon arrival, you can learn about the city’s proud history and place in America as well as have plenty of photo opportunities. Get a closer look at key landmarks with our six touch screen monitors placed throughout the Observation Deck, where you can experience a high-definition look at noteworthy sites around the region.  Available in English, Spanish, French, German & Mandarin.

Free guided tours in English are available on the hour between 11am and 5pm (excluding 2pm) where you will learn about the history of the building, the history of Philadelphia, some of the major landmarks will be pointed out to you and you will be instructed on how to make best use of the touch-screens which give information and detail in the 5 different languages. These tours start at the Observation Deck level, so please aim to arrive at the building at least 15 minutes before the tour time if you wish to join these free tours.

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One Liberty Observation Deck Philadelphia: Sun and Stars Pass

One Liberty Observation Deck Philadelphia: Sun and Stars Pass - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

From USD
$19.00

Sun and Stars Lightning Pass, allows one guest two visits within 48 hours. We suggest one by day and one by night! One Liberty Observation Deck is Philadelphia’s newest attraction ... More info ›

Sun and Stars Lightning Pass, allows one guest two visits within 48 hours. We suggest one by day and one by night! One Liberty Observation Deck is Philadelphia’s newest attraction. See Philly like never before from 883 feet above street level, providing amazing 360 degree views of the City of Brotherly Love and beyond. The views can only be described at "viewtiful"!

See "Philly From The Top" with once-in-a-lifetime views of the City of Brotherly Love. Located in the center of the city, it is within walking distance to other major attractions such as Love Park and Constitution Hall. One Liberty Observation Deck provides 360° views, 365 days a year, morning, noon and night from 57 stories high. The tallest observation deck in Philadelphia is "viewtiful"!

Upon arrival, you can learn about the city’s proud history and place in Americana as well as have plenty of photo opportunities. Get a closer look at key landmarks with our six touch screen monitors placed throughout the observation Deck, where you can experience a high-definition look at noteworthy sites around the region. Available in English, Spanish, French, German & Mandarin.

Free guided tours in English are available on the hour between 11am and 5pm (excluding 2pm) where you will learn about the history of the building, the history of Philadelphia, some of the major landmarks will be pointed out to you and you will be instructed on how to make best use of the touch-screens which give information and detail in the 5 different languages. These tours start at the Observation Deck level, so please aim to arrive at the building at least 15 minutes before the tour time if you wish to join these free tours.

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Museum of the American Revolution Admission

Museum of the American Revolution Admission - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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Duration: Flexible
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

From USD
$19.00

Opening in the Spring of 2017, the Museum of the American Revolution will take visitors on a journey through the unlikely story of America's founding. The American Revolution and the ideals that inspired it will come to life through the Museum’s distinguished collection of priceless historical artifacts, showcased through innovative, contemporary storytelling technologies and immersive exhibits. 

This 118,000-square-foot museum, located in the historic heart of Philadelphia, will illuminate America’s founding generation, honoring those who risked everything to secure the liberties that continue to influence the world ... More info ›

Opening in the Spring of 2017, the Museum of the American Revolution will take visitors on a journey through the unlikely story of America's founding. The American Revolution and the ideals that inspired it will come to life through the Museum’s distinguished collection of priceless historical artifacts, showcased through innovative, contemporary storytelling technologies and immersive exhibits. 

This 118,000-square-foot museum, located in the historic heart of Philadelphia, will illuminate America’s founding generation, honoring those who risked everything to secure the liberties that continue to influence the world. When the Museum opens, it will display art, manuscripts, personal diaries, plus British, French, and American weaponry spanning from the 1760s to the rise of armed resistance — and eventually, hard-won independence.

High-tech media, digital interactives, hands-on experiences, and personal interactions with guides will enhance each visitor's experiences.  Immersive environments will include an Oneida council house where visitors will witness the historic debate among the Oneida people in the decision to break with the ancient Iroquois Confederacy and join the American cause; the Battlefield Theater, where visitors are placed on the Continental Army's front lines to face an attack by British Soldiers; and a full-scale replica of a privateer ship that went to sea to challenge the British Navy.

A dynamic theater will house one of the most iconic surviving artifacts of the American Revolution — General George Washington’s headquarters tent.  It was in this tent that the nation's first commander-in-chief directed the war while in the field, holding meetings and making decisions that changed the course of history.

Visitors will leave the museum with a deeper understanding of the people, the ideas, and the events that gave birth to America, and will be prepared to explore historic Philadelphia, the headquarters of the American Revolution.

Additional museum amenities include a gift shop, plus the Cross Keys Cafe, featuring breakfast, lunch, and snack options. The Museum of the American Revolution is conveniently located just two blocks from Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell Center, and Independence Mall.

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National Liberty Museum General Admission

National Liberty Museum General Admission - Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Duration: Flexible
Location: Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

From USD
$7.00

Located in the heart of historic Philadelphia, the National Liberty Museum is dedicated to preserving America’s heritage of freedom by encouraging people to find their own place in the story of liberty. Visitors to the Museum enjoy an inspiring and entertaining experience, as they interact with incredible stories of heroes and a collection of contemporary art. 

The museum is located just two blocks from the entrance to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.  Once you walk through the front doors you will be in our state of the art Welcome to Liberty Gallery where there is an exact replica of the Liberty Bell made by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry in London.  You can touch this Liberty Bell and ask one of our visitor service staff members to ring it for you.   After seeing the Liberty Bell explore the rest of our Welcome to Liberty Gallery featuring beautiful glass art and an interactive iPad exhibit with stories of heroes and quizzes.  Finally, watch our film in our immersive theater which captures the sights and sounds of liberty!

Our remaining galleries feature Over 100 world-class GLASS SCULPTURES symbolizing the beauty and fragility of freedom. 

The Flame of Liberty by Dale Chihuly is at the center of the Heroes From Around the World Gallery.  This gallery tells the stories of many Heroes who made great sacrifices to advance liberty.  You will see Anne Frank's secret annex and Nelson Mandela's jail cell.

You will also see two life size Jellybean Children by Sandy Skoglund. 

In the Voyage to Liberty Gallery you will see beautiful stained glass scenes and a Glass Chess Set by Gianni Toso

The Liberty Hall Gallery honors America's presidents and military who have protected our liberty since the start of our country.  You will see an original White House China collection, a mural of all the U.S ... More info ›

Located in the heart of historic Philadelphia, the National Liberty Museum is dedicated to preserving America’s heritage of freedom by encouraging people to find their own place in the story of liberty. Visitors to the Museum enjoy an inspiring and entertaining experience, as they interact with incredible stories of heroes and a collection of contemporary art. 

The museum is located just two blocks from the entrance to Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell.  Once you walk through the front doors you will be in our state of the art Welcome to Liberty Gallery where there is an exact replica of the Liberty Bell made by the Whitechapel Bell Foundry in London.  You can touch this Liberty Bell and ask one of our visitor service staff members to ring it for you.   After seeing the Liberty Bell explore the rest of our Welcome to Liberty Gallery featuring beautiful glass art and an interactive iPad exhibit with stories of heroes and quizzes.  Finally, watch our film in our immersive theater which captures the sights and sounds of liberty!

Our remaining galleries feature Over 100 world-class GLASS SCULPTURES symbolizing the beauty and fragility of freedom. 

The Flame of Liberty by Dale Chihuly is at the center of the Heroes From Around the World Gallery.  This gallery tells the stories of many Heroes who made great sacrifices to advance liberty.  You will see Anne Frank's secret annex and Nelson Mandela's jail cell.

You will also see two life size Jellybean Children by Sandy Skoglund. 

In the Voyage to Liberty Gallery you will see beautiful stained glass scenes and a Glass Chess Set by Gianni Toso

The Liberty Hall Gallery honors America's presidents and military who have protected our liberty since the start of our country.  You will see an original White House China collection, a mural of all the U.S. Presidents, and an exhibit of Military Medals

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