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  • 1731 South Street Philadelphia, PA 19146
    215-280-3746
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  • Columbus Blvd. & Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19137
    215-535-0643
    Pay homage to Vietnam veterans who fought bravely while visiting this memorial dedicated in 1987. Recognized for its architecture, this monument honors the 642 Philadelphia residents who died in...
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  • 524 Market St Philadelphia, PA 19103
    The President's House Commemorative Site, erected just steps away from the Liberty Bell Center and Independence Hall, serves as a permanent, outdoor installation that honors the memory of the...
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  • 19th and Walnut streets Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-683-0200
    A true urban treasure of open space, the historic square is a perennial favorite for generations of Philadelphians, as well as the home of several popular pieces of sculpture, including Billy, Duck...
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  • South 43rd Street at Baltimore Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19104
    215-636-1666
    This is the only statue on earth of British novelist Charles Dickens (1812-1870). With him is Little Nell, star of his novel "The Old Curiosity Shop." Dickens was the author of many other works,...
  • North 20th and Vine Streets Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-636-1666
    The Shakespeare Memorial was erected in 1926 by the Shakespeare Memorial Committee and Fairmount Park Art Association. Sculpted by Alexander Stirling Calder, it depicts Hamlet and Touchstone along...
  • Departs from 325 Chesnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-525-1776
    Terrifying tales from haunted Philadelphia. One part history, two parts haunt. Dare to visit more than 15 scary sites to hear Philadelphia's haunted facts and folklore. Experience Philadelphia's...
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  • 3rd & Pine Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106
    215-925-5968
      St. Peter's Episcopal Church is a National Historic Landmark. It is basically unchanged since it was built 250 years ago. It opened for services in September 1761 as an Anglican church in colonia...
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  • University of the Sciences in Philadelphia Philadelphia, PA 19104
    215-596-8855
    A 32-inch model by sculptor Daniel Chester French for statue of Lincoln in Washington, D.C.
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  • Kelly Dr. and North 25th Street Philadelphia, PA 19103
    215-763-8100
    The Statue of Joan of Arc, dedicated in 1890, stands across from the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
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