In the heart of Philadelphia, the market is loud, busy, varied and an authentic center of daily life and food.
There's an emphasis on hands-on and understanding underlying principles and mechanisms at this world-famous institution, and it's super kid-friendly.
Stephanie spends a busy day filled with interesting sights and activities during a visit to the Pottsville area, not far from her home.
PHeymont's stroll through Philadelphia led him to an unusual, and seemingly uncommemorated, piece of American history.
Three levels of statues and reliefs, hundreds of figures and a strong dash of excess mark this Philly landmark.
A stroll through Philadelphia's century-plus-old mile-long street market with PHeymont
In Philadelphia, a set of reliefs shows different (imagined) modes of mail delivery around the country.
Philadelphia's Franklin Institute is full of hands-on and animated exhibits that explore science in interesting ways.
Stephanie visits the Brandywine Museum of Art, home to a rich collection of American art, especially that of the Wyeth family.
The Philadelphia Museum of Art is worth a long look, both for its collections and its massive building.
An allegorical Philadelphia fountain honors a fan of fountains and also fits in a tale of three sculptors.
A small but powerful museum addresses Philadelphia's African-American history and centers the people as actors, rather than objects.
About as much fun as you can have at a serious chocolate store: Mueller's at Philadelphia's Reading Terminal Market has an eye for puns and fun.
Join Stephanie for a two-day visit to a town with a dramatic past and a lot to offer today
Join PHeymont for an irreverent tour of some of Philly's finest cheesesteak places...strictly in his opinion!