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52 Be inspired “With more public art than any other American city, Philadelphia’s spirit can be found around every corner" Discover America’s spirit in the city where it all began. Iconic sites that played a pivotal role in the birth of America include Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were debated and adopted. Philadelphia has a very walkable downtown, distinct neighborhoods, world-class restaurants, exceptional arts and culture, outdoor life and tax-free shopping on clothing and shoes. national treasures Delve into Philadelphia’s historic district, known as 'America’s most historic square mile' with important landmarks telling the story of the country’s founding. See the Liberty Bell, President’s House, the Museum of the American Revolution and so much more. World-renowned Arts scene Known as the 'Mural Capital of the World,,' Philadelphia has more than 4,000 murals, sculptures and mosaics integrated into the landscape, making the city the world’s largest outdoor art gallery. Head to the Philadelphia Museum of Art and climb the 72 'Rocky Steps'. Enjoy one of the largest art museums in the U.S, with new spaces to explore and a collection spanning 2,000 years. The world’s finest private collections of early FrenchModern and Post-Impressionist paintings are found at the Barnes Foundation, including the world's largest collection of Renoirs. Fabulous food Philadelphia’s food scene is attracting rave reviews: Thai restaurant Kalaya was named as Esquire’s Best New Restaurant last year and Condé Nast Traveler included Laser Wolf – an Israeli grill – on its 2021 Hot List. Reading Terminal Market – one of the largest and oldest public markets in the U.S. – was voted the best public market in the nation in 2021 by USA Today’s 10 Best. It features more than 80 merchants, including 26 restaurants, and is the place to sample a taste of Philadelphia, including iconic cheesesteaks! explore the outdoors Philadelphia’s park system spans over 10,000 acres, with more than 270 miles of recreation trails. Hike and bike in Fairmount Park, stroll Race Street Pier, the Rail Park and the Schuylkill River Trail, with spectacular waterfront views of the city’s skyline. still making history philadelphia is rich in attractions that tell America’s story – and all are within easy walking distance of each other Discover Philadelphia Be inspired, visit