Title: 100 Things to Do in Philadelphia Before You Die
Author: Irene Levy Baker
Size: 5.5 x 8.5
Stroll along cobblestone streets. Duck into secret speakeasies. Explore urban parks.
100 Things to Do in Philadelphia Before You Die provides the inside scoop on well-known attractions and hidden gems plus tips on snagging reservations at trendy restaurants, scoring discounts, and getting the most out of each experience. This updated edition includes more things to do, see, and taste, new itineraries, and updates to every page.
First-time visitors will discover must-see attractions, including Reading Terminal Market and the Museum of the American Revolution, along with Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, mural tours, Spruce Street Harbor Park, and other only-in- Philadelphia sights. Born and raised on cheesesteaks? This book takes long-time Philadelphians to under-the-radar spots, from an old fashioned rodeo to a former opera house turned modern venue for A-list performers, up 60 floors to indulge in cocktails, and down a tiny alley to visit the city’s oldest tavern.
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