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Loews Philadelphia Hotel
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Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19107
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Philadelphia Culture

Historical Attractions and National Landmarks

Venture off the beaten path to discover a side of Philadelphia culture that you won't find in the guidebooks!

Academy of Music
Home to the Opera Company of Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Ballet and Broadway at the Academy. More info

Academy of Natural Sciences
1900 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy. Founded in 1812, this is the oldest continuously operating scientific research exhibit in the Western Hemisphere, featuring plenty of dinosaurs sure to delight fans of all ages. More info

African American Museum
This museum houses one of the most significant collections of African-American history and culture in Pennsylvania. More info

Chinatown is a predominantly Asian American neighborhood located within the Center City district in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. While similar in concept to the "Chinatowns" of many major U.S. cities, this ethnic enclave possesses a great deal of distinctly Philadelphian architecture and cultural character. More info

Kimmel Center
Located on Avenue of the Arts, this vibrant venue hosts symphonies, orchestras and tributes to local artists. More info

Mann Center for the Performing Arts
The Mann Center for the Performing Arts is the region's only nonprofit outdoor cultural arts center offering a diverse season of world-class entertainment. More info

Merriam Theater
The Merriam Theater keeps with the Broadway touring tradition by importing recent hits and long running musicals for runs of varying length in Philadelphia. The theater has been extensively restored so that one can get a sense of the more elaborate days of theatergoing in the early 20th Century. More info

Mural Arts Tour
A 2-hour tour that admires the lively murals in and around Philadelphia’s metro area. Tours are offered Wednesdays and Saturdays at 11am and leave from the Independence Visitors Center. More info

National Museum of Jewish History
Behind the striking glass façade that looks out across the Mall, the 100,000-square-foot Museum offers three floors of core exhibition space. The core exhibition explores more than 350 years of American Jewish history through the use of evocative objects, telling moments and state-of-the-art interactive technologies. Explore more than 1,200 artifacts and documents as well as 2,500 images taken from the Museum’s own collection, 30 original films and 13 state-of-the-art interactive media displays. More info

University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
University of Pennsylvania's treasure trove of ancient history is as much a resource for scholars as it is entertainment for visitors. Founded in 1887, the building houses some 32 exhibit galleries with more than one million objects, from mummies to Native American tools to Buddhist artifacts. On weekends and holidays, the museum holds workshops and demonstrations, children's events, lectures and cultural festivals in conjunction with its exhibits. More info

Walnut Street Theater
The production standards are high here, even if the aesthetics aren't the most adventuresome. The Walnut is best known (and loved by its more than 40,000 annual subscribers) for its lavish and popular musicals. The mainstage theater is comfortable, with good sight lines and acoustics. Things get a little edgier in the Walnut's Studio 3 theater, where you'll see new plays and reinterpretations of classics in an intimate black-box setting. With five shows on the mainstage, and five more in the studio each year, you're sure to find something to see. More info

More cultural attractions include:

  • Edgar Allen Poe House
  • Elfreth’s Alley
  • Fireman’s Hall
  • Italian Market
  • Japanese House and Garden
  • Longwood Gardens
  • Mutter Museum
  • Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts
  • Philadelphia Orchestra

Contact our Concierge for more information and to help plan your day.