Every year, millions of tourists visit Philadelphia to explore its history, arts and culture. While the largest city in the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania has a long list of tourist attractions, there are some you just can’t afford to miss.

National Realty Investment Advisors, LLC reviewed some of the most popular destinations of the city and is here to share the top five with you!
Check out these must-visit places in the City of Philadelphia:

Liberty Bell

Located in Independence National Historic Park, the iconic bell is the symbol of American independence and has an illustrious history behind it. The bell traveled throughout the country to inspire sense of freedom in public. It is one of the prominent historic symbols present in Philadelphia.

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Remember the stairs Sylvester Stallone loved to climb in Rocky film series? Those are the stairs of Philadelphia Museum of Art. It is one of the largest and most renowned museums in the United States of America.

Visit http://www.philamuseum.org/ to learn more about the museum and plan your visit accordingly.

Eastern State Penitentiary

Built in 1829, Eastern State Penitentiary was counted amongst world’s most advanced prisons. Today, the prison is open for public tours. If you want to be spooked, then, Terror Behind The Walls is a horror house located in the same prison. National Realty Investment Advisors, LLC highly recommends you to check online reviews to prepare for the terror.

Here is the link to both, http://www.easternstate.org/

Fort Mifflin

The fort is one of the few intact battlefields from War of Independence and has been well preserved by the state authorities. It witnessed the action during revolutionary war, civil war, WWI and WWII. It is also the only fort in Philadelphia.

Visit http://www.fortmifflin.us/ for more information.

City Center

The landmark area is home to multiple city attractions and is frequented by tourists for sightseeing & shopping. Make sure you visit Arch Street United Methodist Church, City Hall, and Masonic Temple while exploring City Center.

In case you have more time at hand, then, also visit Independence Hall and Independence National Historical Park.

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