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The Riverlink Ferry offers a scenic 12 minute ferry ride from Penn's landing terminal across the Delaware river to the waterfront attractions in Camden, New Jersey.
The Riverlink Ferry offers a scenic 12 minute ferry ride from Penn's landing terminal across the Delaware river to the waterfront attractions in Camden, New Jersey. Onboard you get great view of Philadelphia's waterfront and spectacular skyline.
RiverLink Ferry, USA
The Independence Seaport Museum showcases the maritime history of the Philadelphia region and major ports on the Delaware river, from colonial times through the days of slave-trading to the Industrial Revolution
Race Street Pier that juts out into the Delaware River right by the Ben Franklin bridge, offering great views of both the river and bridge
The Second Bank was chartered five years after the First Bank lost its charter, from 1816 to 1836, and then functioned as an ordinary bank until it was liquidated in 1841
The Thaddeus Kosciuszko National Memorial was home to a little-known freedom fighter and military engineer who designed fortifications for the colonists during the American Revolution
The Arden has a 360-seat mainstage theatre and a 175-seat studio theater
Elfreth's Alley is the oldest continually inhabited residential street in the United States, with the earliest house dating back to 1702
The Carpenter's Hall is a 2-storey Georgian building where delegates from the first Continental Congress gathered in this building in 1774 and voted to declare independence from Great Britain
The New Hall Military Museum showcases the role of the Army, Navy, and Marines in the American Revolution and early American history through military memorabilia including weapons, uniforms, battle flags, and more
The Fireman's Hall Museum is a museum of firefighting in Philadelphia, housed in a restored firehouse that was built in 1902
The Franklin Court is what remains of Benjamin Franklin's brick house after it was torn down 20 years after his death, with a Benjamin Franklin Museum on site that throws light on his inventions and artifacts