allnurses travel service here. consider these evening activities...
friday, june 28
inquirer jazz on the avenue free
avenue of the arts south
broad street between
chestnut and spruce street
7pm - 11pm
saturday, june 29
go see light of liberty
monday, july 1
daily news summer mummers' parade-free
market street east -1 block away
steps off at 12th and market sts.
7 pm - 9 pm
join the city's award-winning comic, fancy, fancy brigade and string band units from the 101st new year's day parade as they strut their stuff down market street east!
phila convention center overview--pdf file, accrobat reader needed to view
where to eat: the reading terminal market
-- 8 am - 6 pm, closed sunday
next door to convention center- our "gastronomic bazaar"
eighty-six merchants offer patrons fresh produce, meats, fish, groceries, flowers, baked goods, crafts, books,
clothing, as well as hard-to-find specialties and ethnic foods
museum and arts
sunocco welcome america festival:
stars, stripes & savings--
links to historic sites and savings coupons avail via internet.
***available for lights of liberty and atwater kent below***
lights of liberty show http://www.lightsofliberty.org/
the world's first walking sound and light show is a spine-tingling way for visitors to immerse themselves in the drama of the american revolution as it happened, where it happened. soaring five-story projections on historic buildings and incredible 3-d sound bring history to life. 1 hr light and sound show, walking 7 block historic area at night. times begin at 9pm. adult cost $17.76
atwater kent museum-
philadelphia history museum
15 s. 7th street, around corner from liberty bell
open every day but tuesday, 10 am to 5 pm. admission: $3 for adults
mutter museum http://www.collphyphil.org/
college of physicians of philadelphia- hours: monday - sunday, 10a.m. - 5p.m.
19 south 22nd street
philadelphia, pa 19103
$5.00 adult groups with prior reservations, $8.00 general admission for adults
the museum's collections include over 20,000 objects, including fluid-preserved anatomical and pathological specimens, medical instruments, anatomical and pathological models, items of memorabilia of famous scientists and physicians, and medical illustrations.
liberty bell + independence hall
if you to want to visit, need to get pass and undergo security screening now
see info: http://www.independencevisitorcenter.com/
let me know if can help in any way!