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Walking the campus of U Penn is another feast for the eyes. The architecture is in keeping with one of the oldest schools of higher learning in the country. Of course there are new buildings as well but the overall feel of the campus is...More
I went with my daughter ( who will now be attending ) jus to see it. It is a small campus that is easy to walk. The grounds are great and many of the building a just fantastic Most of the campus is sounded by...More
On site museum with a vast range of time periods & countries. Major medical center--hospital, children's hospital, Perleman center for rehab, diagnostic services, outpatient surgery, and medical offices. Nearby hotels full during UPenn events.
This is an outstanding museum and if you have any interest in this area, I highly recommend it. So many fascinating exhibits but I was particularly interested in their efforts to help save ancient artifacts in war torn Syria and Iraq. So sad, but, very...More
I go to another university in Philadelphia so it was interesting for visiting UPenn to show up on my Philly Bucketlist. I decided to pack a picnic lunch and eat it on the main campus green after walking around a bit. The campus is beautiful,...More
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Many parking lots in the area. Some spots on the street. You pay for parking at a kiosk if you park on the street. Personally, I do a parking lot as fines in Philly are expensive and street parking is not free well into the... More
Many parking lots in the area. Some spots on the street. You pay for parking at a kiosk if you park on the street. Personally, I do a parking lot as fines in Philly are expensive and street parking is not free well into the night.