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Museum of the American Revolution

Museum of the American Revolution

In the heart of Philadelphia’s Historic District, the Museum of the American Revolution is the country’s first venue dedicated solely to the exploration of the war that transformed a set of colonies into an independent nation. Among historic art, artifacts and recreations, the museum’s standout holding is George Washington’s tent,...

Credit: Photo by C. Smyth for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Historic Philadelphia, History, Museums & Attractions

First Bank of the United States

First Bank of the United States

As viewed from the new Museum of the American Revolution, also at 3rd and Chestnut Streets, the stoic First Bank was established in 1795 to handle debts carried from the Revolutionary War. The First Bank was the purview of Secretary of the Treasury Alexander Hamilton. Samuel Blodgett was its architect....

Credit: Photo by C. Smyth for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Historic Philadelphia, History

Museum of the American Revolution

Museum of the American Revolution

In the heart of Philadelphia’s Historic District, the Museum of the American Revolution is the country’s first venue dedicated solely to the exploration of the war that transformed a set of colonies into an independent nation. Among historic art, artifacts and recreations, the museum’s standout holding is George Washington’s tent,...

Credit: Photo by C. Smyth for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Historic Philadelphia, History

Museum of the American Revolution

Museum of the American Revolution

In the heart of Philadelphia’s Historic District, the Museum of the American Revolution is the country’s first venue dedicated solely to the exploration of the war that transformed a set of colonies into an independent nation. Among historic art, artifacts and recreations, the museum’s standout holding is George Washington’s tent,...

Credit: Photo by C. Smyth for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Historic Philadelphia, History

Museum of the American Revolution

Museum of the American Revolution

In the heart of Philadelphia’s Historic District, the Museum of the American Revolution is the country’s first venue dedicated solely to the exploration of the war that transformed a set of colonies into an independent nation. Among historic art, artifacts and recreations, the museum’s standout holding is George Washington’s tent,...

Credit: Photo by C. Smyth for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Historic Philadelphia, History

Museum of the American Revolution

Museum of the American Revolution

In the heart of Philadelphia’s Historic District, the Museum of the American Revolution is the country’s first venue dedicated solely to the exploration of the war that transformed a set of colonies into an independent nation. Among historic art, artifacts and recreations, the museum’s standout holding is George Washington’s tent,...

Credit: Photo by C. Smyth for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Historic Philadelphia, History

Museum of the American Revolution

Museum of the American Revolution

n the heart of Philadelphia’s Historic District, the Museum of the American Revolution is the country’s first venue dedicated solely to the exploration of the war that transformed a set of colonies into an independent nation. Among historic art, artifacts and recreations, the museum’s standout holding is George Washington’s tent,...

Credit: Photo by C. Smyth for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Historic Philadelphia, History

Amada

Amada

Chef Jose Garces’ first restaurant has been enlivening Philadelphia’s Historic District with Andalucia-inspired cuisine since 2005. Authentic tapas dished are the specialty in the spacious, rustic and chic venue, featuring a bar reminiscent of a Spanish bodega, a six-seat chef’s counter and ample bar and dining room seating. Amada serves...

Credit: Photo by M. Fischetti for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Dining & Restaurants, Historic Philadelphia

Amada

Amada

Chef Jose Garces’ first restaurant has been enlivening Philadelphia’s Historic District with Andalucia-inspired cuisine since 2005. Authentic tapas dished are the specialty in the spacious, rustic and chic venue, featuring a bar reminiscent of a Spanish bodega, a six-seat chef’s counter and ample bar and dining room seating. Amada serves...

Credit: Photo by M. Fischetti for VISIT PHILADELPHIA®

Tags: Dining & Restaurants, Historic Philadelphia

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