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Philadelphia - Cultural

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Ranked #61 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
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Ranked #62 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
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Ranked #63 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #64 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #65 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: History Museums; Cultural
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Ranked #66 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Architectural Buildings; Religious Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #67 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Art Galleries; Performances; Theaters; Cultural
Offers events in theater, dance, poetry, jazz, world music and visual arts to diverse audiences.
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Ranked #68 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #69 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
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Ranked #70 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #71 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Performances; Cultural
Owner description: Philadelphia School of Circus Arts is the regional center of contemporary circus arts. Our seasoned faculty leads a... more » Owner description: Philadelphia School of Circus Arts is the regional center of contemporary circus arts. Our seasoned faculty leads a curriculum featuring aerials (static trapeze, corde lisse, aerial silks and lyra), juggling, unicycling, tightwire, tumbling and physical conditioning. Our students are all ages and all levels. Come and see our beautiful facility for yourself! « less
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Ranked #72 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Tours; Cultural
Owner description: The Center for Architecture is the physical venue of AIA Philadelphia's charitable work. The Center offers walking tours,... more » Owner description: The Center for Architecture is the physical venue of AIA Philadelphia's charitable work. The Center offers walking tours, exhibitions, lectures, and workshops on architecture, urban planning, and design. Browse our selection of unique designer gifts and books at the AIA Bookstore & Design Center, located in the Center. We are also home to the Community Design Collaborative. « less
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Ranked #73 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #74 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Libraries; History Museums; Cultural
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Ranked #75 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
A colonial-style church that deliberately took on an unassuming look in order to avoid attracting anti-Catholic sentiments.
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Ranked #76 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Once home to three generations of an abolitionist Quaker family, the Johnson House served as a stop on Harriet Tubmans... more » Owner description: Once home to three generations of an abolitionist Quaker family, the Johnson House served as a stop on Harriet Tubmans Underground Railroad. « less
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Ranked #77 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
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Ranked #78 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Libraries; Cultural
Owner description: The Library Company of Philadelphia is an independent research library specializing in American history and culture from the... more » Owner description: The Library Company of Philadelphia is an independent research library specializing in American history and culture from the 17th through the 19th centuries. Open to the public free of charge, the Library Company houses an extensive collection of rare books, manuscripts, broadsides, ephemera, prints, photographs, and works of art. Founded in 1731 by Benjamin Franklin, the Library Company is America's oldest cultural institution and served as the Library of Congress from the Revolutionary War to 1800. The Library Company was the largest public library in America until the Civil War. The mission of the Library Company is to preserve, interpret, make available, and augment the valuable materials in our care. We serve a diverse constituency throughout Philadelphia and internationally, offering comprehensive reader services, an internationally renowned fellowship program, online catalogs, and regular exhibitions and public programs. « less
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Ranked #79 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Specialty Museums; Cultural
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Ranked #80 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Art Galleries; Cultural
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Ranked #81 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Ranked #82 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Libraries; Cultural
Owner description: The guiding words as well as principles of the Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies are simple: diversity and tolerance.... more » Owner description: The guiding words as well as principles of the Balch Institute for Ethnic Studies are simple: diversity and tolerance. Exhibits focus on persons and accomplishments spanning many cultures. « less
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Ranked #83 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Specialty Shops; Cultural
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Ranked #84 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
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Ranked #85 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Religious Sites; Historic Sites; Cultural
Owner description: The oldest church in Pennsylvania, though designed simply, has a wealth of detail, like the ship suspended from the ceiling... more » Owner description: The oldest church in Pennsylvania, though designed simply, has a wealth of detail, like the ship suspended from the ceiling or the silver crown in the vestry which every woman married in this church must don. « less
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Ranked #86 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Historic Sites; Cultural

The site at 301 Pine Street in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania has a strong claim to being the 'smallest' national memorial in the United States and it would not be surprising if there... more »

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Ranked #87 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Historic Sites; Specialty Museums; Cultural
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Ranked #88 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Art Museums; Cultural
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Ranked #89 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Libraries; Cultural
This museum houses the fine arts library of the University of Pennsylvania.
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Ranked #90 of 128 Cultural in Philadelphia
Category: Religious Sites; Cultural
Owner description: Red-brick Episcopal church that was originally built as an alternative to Christ Church, which was deemed too muddy for "fine... more » Owner description: Red-brick Episcopal church that was originally built as an alternative to Christ Church, which was deemed too muddy for "fine gentlemen and beautiful belles". « less
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