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Philadelphia Landmarks in Walking Distance of the Pennsylvania Convention Center

Posted By Jenna Bertini, Monday, January 29, 2018
The WOCN Society's 50th Annual Conference will be held at the Pennsylvania Convention Center, which is located in the heart of Philadelphia's downtown. Before or after conference activities, get out and visit the following Philadelphia landmarks that are in walking distance of the convention center!

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The Reading Terminal Market has been selling fresh and local food for more than 120 years! Housed under a converted train station (the Reading Railway of the Monopoly game), this historic building brings renowned merchants who offer the best of Philadelphia's food specialties. Check out ten awesome things to eat at the Reading Terminal Market.

Philadelphia's Historic District has many fun, famous and informative attractions, including the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, the Betsy Ross House and much more! Download the WhereMagazine Map for the 24-stop Historic District Trail.

The City of Brotherly Love's best-known landmark is love itself - the Robert Indiana "LOVE" sculpture in the John F. Kennedy Plaza, nicknamed the LOVE Park. Take a picture with the LOVE sculpture while you're in Philly!

The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts (PAFA) is the oldest art museum in the US with a vast collection of art by local and national artists. Throughout the year, PAFA presents special exhibitions and galleries including work by the region's most talented artists.

You can't miss Chinatown with it's colorful 40-foot Friendship Gate! Whether it's day or night, Chinatown is filled with activities and authentic Asian cuisines, from hand-stretched noodles to street festivals.

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