Visiting Philadelphia

Philadelphia Love Statue

The City of Brotherly Love is a thriving hub for art, technology, history, culture, and beauty. Listen to Tips from a Philly Native with Brooke Lazizi to get a sense of what Philadelphia has to offer. And check out these attractions just a short walk from the convention center:

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Check out Mural Arts Tours of Philadelphia, including self-guided tours, so you can see where the mural are concentrated, get directions to them, and read what they are about.

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The Franklin Institute embodies Philadelphia’s focus on science, technology, medicine, and innovation. Inside, you can walk through an anatomical heart, marvel at the night sky in the planetarium, and more.

Independence Hall

Once the capital of the United States, Philadelphia’s pivotal role in US history is undeniable. Visit Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence was signed, and walk across the street to see the Liberty Bell.

Mutter Museum

Get in touch with your curious side and visit the Mütter Museum. About a 20-minute walk from the convention center, this is a museum you won’t forget. There’s a reason it was named one of Lonely Planet’s “unique museums around the world you can’t miss.”  

Keeping you safe: Important health information for attendees.

Beginning in January of 2022, the City of Philadelphia requires proof of full COVID-19 vaccination for everyone who enters any establishment that sells food and drink for consumption onsite, including the Pennsylvania Convention Center. 

For details on requirements in the city of Philadelphia, check out their Travel Resources.