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Don't be fooled into thinking that this is just a library.
Don't be fooled into thinking that this is just a library. The archives of Mary Baker Eddy; one of the most famous women of the early 20th century are found here, as is the Mapparium; a three-story stained glass globe depicting the world as it was in 1935
100 E St Rd, Feasterville-Trevose, Pennsylvania
Pennypack Park is spread over 1600 acres of scenic beauty, complete with bike, horse, and hiking trails
The Morris Arboretum has over 2500 types of plants of spread out over 92 acres, with temperate flora from Asia and Europe as well
The Wagner Institute is a science and natural history museum housed in a Victorian setting
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
Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site was once home to the author, where he wrote The Raven
The Bride, as it is known, is a gallery and performing space dedicated to producing and showcasing works generated by points of view that are 'outside the mainstream'
The Fireman's Hall Museum is a museum of firefighting in Philadelphia, housed in a restored firehouse that was built in 1902
Elfreth's Alley is the oldest continually inhabited residential street in the United States, with the earliest house dating back to 1702
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 Electric Factory is an indoor live music venue