City of Brotherly Love, The City that Loves you Back, Cradle of Liberty, The Quaker City, The Birthplace of America, The City of Neighborhoods, Philly... What is it all about? That's how Americans call Philadelphia! Only 130 km far from NY, Philadelphia is the city of arts, history and culture. Today, it offers visitors every upside of urban life: fine dining, great architecture, art scenes and a good array of shopping venues. In the minds of many, this city represents what East Coast city living is like. One of the most recognizable historic sites in Philadelphia is Independence hall located in Independence National Historical Park, where both the Declaration of Independence and the United States Constitution were adopted. Actually, all the major attractions in the city are surrounded by green spaces, which makes exploring the Philadelphia's center particularly pleasant.
One of the most recommended museums in the area is the National Constitution Center, which makes the US constitution interesting for everyone through a range of interactive exhibits and activities. It regularly hosts government leaders and celebrities for public discussions. Those travelling with kids could spend some time in the Please Touch Museum located in Fairmount Park where adults and children have a chance to learn and explore together.