Welcome to Philadelphia, the City of Brotherly Love which is known for a rich history with iconic landmarks, vibrant culture, and diverse neighborhoods, the city has something for everyone. We pulled together our top recommendations to plan activities and dining during your stay. Historic sites, quaint shopping districts, vibrant nightlife and more – from day to night, there’s always something to see or do in Philadelphia.
Getting to and around Philadelphia is easy.
— Daily direct flights from 133 cities worldwide with non-stop flight service to Philadelphia.
— PHL Airport to Center City By Car: 25 minute
— PHL Airport to Center City By Train: 20 minutes
Spooky cellblocks, new exhibits, zany art installations, fall fests, virtual performances, pop-up markets and more fill Philadelphia’s autumn calendar, as highlighted below. For more fall inspiration, be sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram.Fall Activities
Whether it’s your first visit to Philadelphia or your first visit in a while, the city is filled with many can’t-miss experiences and “Instagram-able” moments that should be added to any itinerary.Experience
Did you know? Philadelphia is the birthplace of America AND American medicine. Philadelphia is home to the nation’s first hospital, medical school, children’s hospital, college of pharmacy, and medical library.Science Attractions
Founded in 1812, the Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University has played an important role in fostering scientific research as the first natural sciences institution in the Americas.Academy of Natural Sciences
Philadelphia hotels, attractions, restaurants, shops and businesses have a commitment to implementing clean and safety standards through the PHL Health Pledge. Discover how Philadelphia businesses are safely reopening and how you can safely experience Philadelphia.
These restaurants, breweries, and beer gardens are delivering appetizing experiences while still committed to upholding health and safety standards.Dine
Tour operators throughout Philadelphia have taken the PHL Hospitality Health Pledge and have resumed operations, offering outdoor walking, segway, driving, or even running tours of the city’s historic sites, murals, and more.Tour