Philadelphia is the largest city of Pennsylvania, and it has a distinguished rich history. When I got to know about the place I, instantly planned the trip to Philadelphia, as I love exploring areas that have rich histories. And trust me, Philadelphia didn’t disappoint me, in addition to offering lots of fun, entertainment, and mouthwatering food, it fetched me some fascinating information about the history. I would like to share my tour experience in Philadelphia.
- Liberty Bell
So, I started my journey visiting the liberty bell. This is the symbol of America Independence as we all Americans are aware of. You find the place in Liberty Bell Center at Independence National Historical Park. As I told you earlier that Philadelphia has a rich history, thus, don’t expect fun here. By visiting this place you will get extensive information on American Independence, so much literature is also available here. If you are interested, you buy some. But, it is an inspirational and significant tribute to the real heroes of America.
- Independence Hall
This is again an iconic place. This is the place where America’s Declaration of Independence and Constitution were signed. Here too, you get lots of literature to read and take some with you that will give you some insights of America’s independence.
The other iconic sites you can visit here and access lots of information about America and world history are Philadelphia City Hall, independence national historical park.
Philadelphia has numbers of museums, and each one is worth visiting if you love visiting museums
After visiting all historical places and gathering lots of information, I moved to the reading terminal market, to get some local stuff for home and eat some great food, this is most significant and oldest public market of America, and you will surely have a great time here.