VISITING

Philadelphia

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Philly may be known for history, beloved sports teams, and a thriving nightlife, but we’re here for the sweets. America’s oldest candy shop, the Shane Confectionery, houses an 100-year old buttercream recipe complete with old-fashioned candies. Pro tip: head to the cafe in the back for a variety of drinking chocolates.

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Mint Houses in Philadelphia

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Mint House at The Divine Lorraine Hotel – Philadelphia

699 N Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19123, USA

This historic landmark was the first racially integrated hotel in America, located along one of Philadelphia’s most prominent corridors – North Broad street. The property houses a curated intersection of food, music, and culture consisting of a coffee shop, event space, cocktail bar with recording studio, restaurant, and outdoor courtyard.

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Mint House at The Ledger – Philadelphia

Mint House at The Ledger - Philadelphia

Situated among sleek high-rise office buildings, historic carriage houses, tree-lined streets, and adjacent to Independence Hall National Park, Mint House at The Ledger – Philadelphia offers thoughtfully-designed apartments in the heart of Center City.

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Mint House Philadelphia – Head House Flats

Mint House Philadelphia - Head House Flats

As Philadelphia’s first residential neighborhood, Queen Village has lived many lives in its nearly 400-year history. From its early days as part of “New Sweden,” to being the center of Philadelphia’s free black community in the 18th and mid-19th centuries, to a bustling industrial age centered around the textile, iron and ship building industries followed by a century of decline and urban renewal, you can find remnants of the neighborhood’s past on every street.

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Spruce Street Harbor Park

Spruce Street Harbor Park makes for summertime memories, with colorful hammocks, floating gardens, beautiful trees adorned in technicolored lights, local craft beers, and delicious food from some of Philadelphia’s most popular restaurants.

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Reading Terminal Market

Allot plenty of time to stroll through this vast food bazaar, one of the greatest public markets in the country. With over 80 diverse merchants and countless sit-down eateries, you won’t walk out empty-handed or hungry

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Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens

Find inspiration at this intricate, magical installation, completely covered with mosaics by artist Isaiah Zager. The glittering environment is guaranteed to transport you.