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Blog: 2016

July 05, 2018
Tickets to see the inside of Independence Hall are certainly cheaper (free) and slightly easier to get than tickets to see the Philadelphia Eagles or “Hamilton the Musical”, but it is still best to plan ahead when visiting Philadelphia so that you get to see the inside Independence Hall on the day and time of your choice. This is really "the room where it happened."   Related Posts: Independence... Read More
July 03, 2018
The Birthplace of America   Related Posts: Independence Hall Tickets & Visitor Guide - A guide on how to get tickets to see to America's Birthplace Liberty Bell Visitor Guide Buy Tickets for The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia – See 20+ Sites on Primary Overview of Independence Park    Overview Independence Hall was built in 1732 as the Pennsylvania State House.  Within this... Read More
May 22, 2018
The History Fireman's Hall Museum is located in a renovated 1902 firehouse in Old City right near Elfreth's Alley. Fireman's Hall Museum is one of the country's best fire fighting museums focused on preserving Philadelphia's fire history and promoting fire safety. Fireman's Hall Museum is operated by the Philadelphia Fire Department, and it is located on the site of Engine Company Number 8 which... Read More
January 11, 2017
Related Posts: Alexander Hamilton: The Constitutional Clashes That Shaped a Nation Exhibit Buy Tickets for The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia ­- See 20+ Sites on a Primary Overview of Independence Park, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall National Constitution Center Hamilton’s time in Philadelphia The History With the great success of “Hamilton, An American Musical”, ... Read More
December 13, 2016
Related Post Buy Tickets for The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia ­- See 20+ Sites on a Primary Overview of Independence Park, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall A picturesque historic burial ground   The History For most of Philadelphia’s early history, the deceased never strayed very far from the living. In the most historic parts of Philadelphia, the landscape is... Read More
October 21, 2016
A high cultured avenue through Center City Philadelphia   The History Broad Street (today also known as Avenue of the Arts) was always designed to be one of the most important streets in Philadelphia. Philadelphia founder William Penn designed it to be the main North-South thoroughfare through town. Though Penn called for a city centered upon a central square, uncooperative early Philadelphians... Read More
August 30, 2016
One of the biggest concert events in the history of Philadelphia   The History Made in America is once again just around the corner and there has been a lot of discussion about the biggest live music festival in Philadelphia.  But Made in America is not the first major concert event in Philadelphia.  Arguably the tradition dates back to at least 1985 with global music festival Live Aid.     Live... Read More
July 14, 2016
Another Political Convention is coming to Philadelphia!   The History When Philadelphia became the capital of the United States in 1790, there were no political conventions.  George Washington, who lived as President of the United States in Philadelphia from 1790-1797, was not affiliated with any political party.  But the second president to live in Philadelphia, John Adams, was a federalist and... Read More
June 13, 2016
Related Post Buy Tickets for The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia - See 20+ Sites on a Primary Overview of Independence Park, including the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall The Birthplace of American Identity   The History Carpenters’ Hall was built in 1770 by the Carpenters’ Company, the oldest extant craft guild in the United States, founded in 1724.  In 1774 Carpenters’ Hall would... Read More
April 13, 2016
James Madison’s life in Philadelphia   The History No matter who your favorite founding father may be, chances are, he spent a lot of time in Philadelphia.  Because Philadelphia was the first capital of the United States and was such an enormously important city in the foundational years of this country, important figures from all over the nation spent a lot of time in Philadelphia.  Take for... Read More

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