Ranked the 4th most walkable city in the nation by Redfin, visitors can easily explore multiple neighborhoods, attractions, and restaurants. It's also easy to hop on a bike, bus, or train to navigate the city.
Philadelphia's central location on the East Coast allows several modes of transportation to reach this destination.
Explore the nation's most historic square mile at Independence National Historical Park, admire Philadelphia's unparalleled collection of public art, tour iconic museums, enjoy tax-free shopping for clothes and shoes, and embrace the outdoors in one of the largest city-owned urban park systems in the United States.
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Things to Do
Philadelphia brings history to life, and eduWeb Summit 2024 wants to give you a front seat to all it offers. It is a city rich with innovations and a long and storied history of our great country. Philadelphia is home to top-notch museums for art lovers, parks for nature lovers, and endless diverse neighborhoods rich with great restaurants, culture, and streets to explore.
Art is everywhere in Philidelphia, and during eduWeb Summit 2024 you can explore the largest collection of public art. From the love sculpture to its famous murals. Philadelphia will inspire the art lover in everyone.
Philadelphia is known for more than its iconic Philly cheesesteak. It has an award-winning local food scene, and conference goers will have opportunities to dine at some of the best. Head to the nearby Reading Terminal or the oldest tavern at McGillin's Olde Ale House.