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  • 4951 Walnut St Philadelphia, PA 19139-4228
    Paul Robeson (1898-1976), the multi-talented African-American actor and activist, lived in this house for the last 10 years of his life. This historic landmark tells the story of one of the amazing...
  • Philadelphia City Hall Room 121 Philadelphia, PA 19107
    Learn about city government while you tour a historic civic building! Tours of the tower, open from 9:30 a.m. - 4:00 p.m., depart from the ninth floor exhibit room every 15 minutes (school groups...
  • 2253 N. Broad St. Philadelphia, PA 19132-4502
    Bring the entire family to learn about the diverse roles people of color have played throughout history as you view this extensive collection of more than 300 black dolls. This display includes...
  • 1731 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
    Our personalized driving and experiential walking tours of Philadelphia and the surrounding region are ranked in the top 5 of all attractions in Philadelphia on Get a real...
  • Columbus Blvd. & Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19137
    Pay homage to Vietnam veterans who fought bravely while visiting this memorial dedicated in 1987. Recognized for its architecture, this monument honors the 642 Philadelphia residents who died in...
  • 247 S. Camac St. Philadelphia, PA 19107-5609
    Founded by sculptor Blanche Dillaye to foster interest in the arts, this is the oldest art club for women in continuous existence in the US.
  • P.O. Box 8193 Philadelphia, PA 19101-8193
    Get four centuries worth of the Philadelphia Story! Ph.D. students from the Univeristy of Pennsylvania will guide you on an exploration of African-American, Jewish, literary, cultural, and...
  • 524 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19103
    The President's House Commemorative Site, erected just steps away from the Liberty Bell Center and Independence Hall, serves as a permanent, outdoor installation that honors the memory of the...
  • 19th and Walnut streets Philadelphia, PA 19103
    A true urban treasure of open space, the historic square is a perennial favorite for generations of Philadelphians, as well as the home of several popular pieces of sculpture, including Billy, Duck...
  • 615 North Broad Street Philadelphia, PA 19123
    Though the first Ashkenazic congregation in the Western Hemisphere dates its founding back to 1795, Rodeph Shalom did not construct its first dedicated sanctuary until 1871 on its current site at...
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