Gain A New Perspective On Philadelphia That’s Higher Than Franklin’s Kite May25


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Gain A New Perspective On Philadelphia That’s Higher Than Franklin’s Kite

Among Philadelphia top attractions are the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Carpenters’ Hall at the Independence National Historical Park, and the Rocky steps and statue at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. All of these sites can be spotted from the One Liberty Observation Deck if you know where to look. Visiting the sites first will make it easier to spot them from the observation deck.

Independence Hall was the site of the creation of the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution. It should be the easiest locale to recognize and use to identify the Independence National Historical Park.

After you locate the park, it will be easier to locate within the park, the Liberty Bell and Carpenters’ Hall, where the First Continental Congress met in 1774.

From there, you can locate the Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Rocky steps, and the Rocky statue.

Once you locate the various sites, you can photograph them and show the historical streets and neighborhoods, where George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, John Adams, and Benjamin Franklin once walked.

At 883 feet high on the 57th floor, the deck has been providing this view to visitors since November 2015, and that view is the reason that One Liberty Observation Deck is now among Philadelphia top attractions. Located at 1650 Market Street, the deck is open from 10 am to 9 pm between May 1 and September 2 and from 10 am to 8 pm between September 3 and April 30. To learn more about events at One Liberty Observation Deck.

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