Philadelphia Historic District
Philadelphia is one of the most historic cities in the United States.
In the 1700's it was the largest city in America, and the center of activities of the budding democracy.
The historical district is filled with significant locations.
Situated near the Delaware River, the historic district is a compact walkable area .
|Brief History of Philadelphia||Carpenter's Hall||Christ Church and Cemetery||City Tavern||Declaration of Independence|
|Elfreth's Alley||First Bank of the United States||First Continental Congress||Walnut Street Theater||Benjamin Franklin|
|Franklin Court||Historic District Map||Independence Hall||The Liberty Bell||National Constitution Center|
|William Penn||Betsy Ross House||United States Mint||USS Olympia||Washington Square|
|Independence Visitor Center||National Liberty Museum||Pennsylvania Hospital||Free Quaker Meeting House|
|Nearby Attractions||Independence Seaport Museum||Shopping||Reading Terminal Market||Chinatown||Fort Mercer|
|Irish Famine Memorial||Pennsylvania Convention Center||Atwater Kent Museum|
|South Street||Vietnam Veterans Memorial||Headhouse Shambles|