Boasting a glass canopy that glows at night, the Barnes Foundation building is a breathtaking addition to Philadelphia's Parkway Museum District.
Reading Terminal Market
The Reading Terminal Market, in Philadelphia, established in 1892 at 12th and Arch Streets, is America's oldest continuously operating farmers’ market.
Eakins Oval by The Philadlephia Art Museum
In Eakins Oval, across from the Philadelphia Art Museum, a statue of mounted George Washington is poised to lead a march down the Ben Franklin Parkway.
A PHILADELPHIA HOTEL SURROUNDED BY HISTORY
The Philadelphia Museum of Art, where the legendary Rocky Balboa trained on the stairs. Lincoln Financial Field, home to the NFL Eagles, the 2017 Super Bowl champions. And the Liberty Bell, which rang on July 8, 1776 to announce the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence.
The city of Philadelphia has birthed legends, movements and revolutions, perhaps a result of its founder’s vision that the city be a place of freedom and religious tolerance. Since its inception in 1682, the city has evolved into a charming, cultural center where visitors can explore American history alongside renowned art museums, restaurants worth waiting in line for and a thriving local culture scene.
This Philadelphia hotel, near the convention center and major attractions, perfectly places guests for discovering everything the city has to offer, both from its past and its present.