There are plenty of sites to see while you're in Philadelphia for the NAMSS 43rd Educational Conference and Exhibition. Below are some of the most popular museums, historic sites and other fun activities that attract millions of visitors each year!
The Philadelphia Zoo
The Philadelphia Zoo features mesh trails that extend over pathways giving you the best experience and opportunities to witness the animals in a more natural environment. The zoo grounds make it easy for animals to explore the entire campus and connect with other species inhabiting the zoo.
The Franklin Institute
This hands-on science focused museum features fun exhibits for visitors of all ages. In addition to the permanent exhibits, The Franklin Institute also features a rotating roster of special interactive exhibitions for visitors to enjoy.
What would a trip to Philadelphia be without a stop by Independence Hall? Explore the more historic parts of Philadelphia and experience the locations where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution were signed. Independence Hall is one of only 23 World Heritage sites in the nation.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art
The famous "Rocky Steps" are not the only reason this museum attracts millions of visitors each year. Inside the museum, there are astounding collections of art including Renaissance, American and Asian masterpieces created throughout the decades. The Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of the most popular art destinations in the country.
For more sites to see in Philadelphia, check out the 35 most popular attractions the city of brotherly love has to offer!