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The Old City Arts District seems to be loosely but not confined the area from N. Front St to Vine and Market to 4th St. This lively area is loaded with museums, theatres, art galleries, studios and centers as well as bars and restaurants. It...More
In many respects, the birthplace of modern American history and certainly the beginning of Philadelphia as we know it. This review is especially intended for prospective visitors to the city.
It would be a shame to miss the assortment of historical places, old architecture, shops,...More
Old City is the historic Philadelphia. The area is home to the famous Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, grave of Benjamin Franklin, and has some of the oldest buildings, roads, and churches in the nation. It is by far the most beautiful and nicest part of...More
I lived in Philly for a bit, and old city was probably my favorite area. It's by the water, there's some nice restaurants and bars, and has an exciting night life. It's very lively. During the day, you can get your historical experience and visit...More
Very beautiful neighborhood, where the history of the city really began. The Elfreth's Alley is a small street but is absolutely cute. A place where you can really enjoy the brick houses of the beginning.
There are plenty of bars and restaurants here too, and...More
This is arguably the nicest part of the city. You can find a lot of galleries, restaurants, pubs and some antique stores, which are a treat for those who like to search for mementos of other times.
On the first Friday of each moth, the...More
If you are lucky enough to be around during a First friday, take a stroll up 2nd & 3rd St. between Market and Race and wander through the galleries. Be sure to hit SNyderman's which is on Cherry St. Perfect anytime for your art trance.
Was in Philly with my daughter to visit Tyler School of Art (Temple) as a prospective college and lucky enough for it to be on the first Friday of the month. So we were able to check out lots of art galleries and enjoy a...More
Old city still only mildly gentrified- has a lot of the old commercial and industrial buildings, some repurposed, and a lot of galleries and funky stores, all open and with exhibits, wine and cheese on first Friday nights and lots of restaurants and bars for...More