Visit the home of one of America’s most famous and thrilling writers. Open Wednesday through Sunday.
532 N 7th St. Philadelphia, PA 215-597-8780
These historical sites are completely free to visit, but note that between March and December, you will need to reserve tickets in advance in order to visit Independence Hall.
6th and Market Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106 1-800-537-7676
Open Wednesday through Sunday, the Institute of Contemporary Art features current art from local, national and international artists in a variety of mediums.
118 South 36th St. Philadelphia, PA 19104 215-898-7108
Learn about and see artifacts from the life of famous tenor Mario Lanza, who was born in Philadelphia. Closed Thursdays and Sundays.
712 Montrose St. Philadelphia, PA 19147 215-238-9691
This museum celebrates Poland, Polish culture and the history of Polish people in America. Open Monday through Friday, plus Saturdays May through December.
308 Walnut St. Philadelphia, PA 19106 215-922-1700
The foot-focused museum run by Temple’s Podiatric school houses a collection of over 900 pairs of shoes, including pairs worn by Joan Rivers and Sally Struthers. The museum is free, but you must schedule your visit in advance.
8th and Race Streets Philadelphia, PA 19107 215-625-5243
Visit the home of the Polish-American Revolutionary War hero Thaddeus Kosciuszko and discover how his engineering skill helped win the war. Open Wednesday to Sunday.
3rd & Pine Streets Philadelphia, PA 19106 215-597-9618
Tucked inside a Victorian mansion, Woodmere features works from Philadelphia-area artists. Open Tuesday through Sunday.
9201 Germantown Ave. Philadelphia, PA 19118 215-247-0476