Christopher D's Philadelphia, PA, USA
On the Delaware River from Market St. to Lombard St.
This little riverside area was a pleasant way to get pictures and kill time in the evening. The plac...
Washington Square Park
Walnut Street between Sixth and Seventh Streets
Washington square is one of the several oases dotting Philly 's old city east district. The informa...
320 Chestnut St
The carpenters guild is east of independence hall and down the path off the road. Loved the section ...
Tomb of the Unknown Soldier of the American Revolution
This memorial is in Washington square, southwest of independence hall. Memorial was not the most imp...
Commodore Barry Statue
Commodore Barry is probably like Lafayette; while he was very important to the revolution and worthy...
Historic Philadelphia-Once Upon a Nation Storytelling Benches
About 8 blocks around Independence Hall
Saw for sure two different stations, one in independence square and one at signers park. The people ...
6th & Chestnut Streets
Congress hall was the first national capital building. Here four presidents were sworn in at least o...
Second Bank of the United States
This place is definitely worth a visit for history buffs. While I felt it interesting to read and se...
Independence Visitor Center
1 N Independence Mall W
Went here first thing upon arrival to grab tickets for independence hall tour. VC has a little secti...