One of the five original planned public squares that defined Philadelphia from its founding in 1682. The tree-lined walkways and park benches of the square are surrounded by luxury apartments, top-notch restaurants and high-end shops.
The surrounding neighborhood is home to high-end shops and fancy French restaurants, creating a district that is ritzy, but far from pretentious. Visitors can enjoy al fresco people-watching from heated sidewalk cafes well into the early winter if not year-round.
Distance from Independence Visitor Center: 1.10 miles
Distance from Sister Cities Visitor Center: 0.56 miles
Distance from Pennsylvania Convention Center: 0.73 miles