The City of Brotherly Love
Kimpton Hotel Palomar
The place to be and be seen, Kimpton Hotel Palomar defies convention with an upbeat sense of interior design that appeals to curious-minded guest.
Loews Philadelphia Hotel
The luxury city break finds its perfect host at this chic, contemporary and newly re-imagined hotel famously set in America's first skyscraper.
The Warwick Hotel Rittenhouse Square
Embark on a culinary journey from Australia to mid-century Manhattan; stay amid fashion-forward interior design and do it all just footsteps from Philly's top historic sights.
Independence National Historical Park
Often called 'The birthplace of American Democracy', this park comprises an array of buildings and sites that bore witness to some of the most formative events in American history. The grounds include highlights like the Liberty Bell Center, Congress Hall, the National Constitution Center, and most notably, Independence Hall, the UNESCO World Heritage Site where the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were signed. A must-see for anyone interested in seeing the place where these significant events occurred.
Visit the famous Liberty Bell
Hanging as a potent symbol of American Independence, the Liberty Bell is located in the Independence National Historic Park, and is in itself an incredible historic icon to see. Commissioned in 1752, the bell later became a powerful symbol for the abolitionists who fought to end slavery throughout the US. Today it bears an iconic crack down its side, which has rendered it unringable since its final toll for Washington's birthday in 1846. When you visit Philadelphia, go to the Liberty Bell Center to appreciate this piece of history for yourself.
Take a tour of the Philadelphia Museum of Art
One of the cultural hearts of Philadelphia, this magnificent museum is host to incredible art that includes Renaissance, Impressionist, and contemporary masterpieces from some of the most renowned artists in history. View famous pieces like Van Gogh's Sunflowers in person for the first time, exploring over 200 galleries where the very architecture is a work of art. Ideal no matter who is visiting, there are always family-friendly programs that encourage love of art, and kids under 18 always enter for free.