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Walnut Street is Philadelphia's upscale shopping district where shoppers will find major chains from Armani Exchange to Swarovski and local favorites such as Joan Shepp and Jaques Ferber.
Walnut Street is Philadelphia's upscale shopping district where shoppers will find major chains from Armani Exchange to Swarovski and local favorites such as Joan Shepp and Jaques Ferber. It was ranked as one of the most expensive shopping districts in 2005 by Women's Wear Daily Magazine.
Walnut St, Philadelphia, PA, USA
The Esther Klein Gallery explores the relationship between art, science and technology through creative art
The Arthur Ross Gallery at the University of Philadelphia in the Fisher Fine Arts Library, also known as Furness Library, presents thought-provoking artwork across cultures, and has changing exhibits on display
The University City area includes two of Philadelphia's major universities - Drexel University and University of Pennsylvania, The Restaurant School, and a teaching hospital
The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology has a collection of almost 1 million objects from all over the world
The Schuylkill River Park is a popular park on the waterfront with recreational and entertainment areas,
Not for the faint of heart! The Mutter Museum is a medical museum, displaying wet anatomical specimens in formaldehyde or alcohol, osteological specimens with a section on forensic anthropology, models, and medical instruments from different time periods
The Philadelphia Zoo is a cool place for kids, with wildlife such as tigers and orangutans, fun camel and pony rides, bird safari, and Victorian-era train
The Rosenbach Museum exhibits the collection of art, rare literature and manuscripts owned by the Rosenbach brothers, the book dealers who popularized the collection of American literature
The South West Center City is a vibrant area of the city, known for being the filming location of 'The Sixth Sense'