Philadelphia is rooted in tradition and history, from its beloved football team to its role in the American Revolution. Whether visitors seek culture, art, cuisine, history, architecture or family fun, the city offers a rich tapestry of experiences. Guests are invited to collaborate with the hotel’s concierge to craft an itinerary that explores nearby attractions, including Independence Hall and City Hall, as well as other must-see sights.
Visit the historic home of America's most famous flag maker. The Colonial style house features period furnishings and Betsy Ross' own personal belongings. Admission' $3 Adults/Seniors; $2 Children/Students.
City Hall is the world's tallest masonry structure and the country’s largest municipal building. Closed on weekends and city holidays.
Contact: (215) 686-2840 | Distance: 0 miles/1 minute walk
Built as the Pennsylvania State House, Independence Hall became famous as the birthplace of he United States after the Declaration of Independence as adopted and the U.S. Constittution was drafted here.