Top Rated Landmarks in Pennsylvania

The following Pennsylvania Landmarks have been voted the Top 10 sites in the state by our visitors.

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Liberty Bell

Liberty Bell

Philadelphia, Philadelphia County, Pennsylvania
The Liberty Bell rang out for important events during the Revolutionary War and America's Federal period, but did not acquire its famous name until the 1830's, when it became a symbol for the abolitionist movement.

Gettysburg Battlefield

Gettysburg Battlefield

Gettysburg, Adams County, Pennsylvania
The Gettysburg Battlefield was the site of the Battle of Gettysburg, fought July 1 to July 3, 1863, in and around the borough of Gettysburg, Pennsylvania, the county seat of Adams County, which had approximately 2,400 residents at the time.

Fallingwater (Edgar J. Kaufmann Sr. Residence)

Fallingwater (Edgar J. Kaufmann Sr. Residence)

Mill Run, Fayette County, Pennsylvania
One of Frank Lloyd Wright's most famous buildings, Falling Water is a home build over a waterfall. Long horizontal and vertical lines and overhangs were features of Wright's style.

Benjamin Franklin National Memorial

Benjamin Franklin National Memorial

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Located in the the Franklin Institute Science Museum, the National Memorial features a 20 feet (6m) tall statue of Benjamin Franklin sculpted by James Earle Fraser between 1906 and 1911.

Benjamin Franklin Bridge

Benjamin Franklin Bridge

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
The Benjamin Franklin Bridge, originally named the Delaware River Bridge, is a suspension bridge across the Delaware River connecting Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Camden, New Jersey.

Citizens Bank Park

Citizens Bank Park

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19148
Home to the Philadelphia Phillies, Citizens Bank Park is a 43,647-seat baseball-only stadium that opened on April 3, 2004. The ballpark was built to replace Veterans Stadium.

Independence Hall

Independence Hall

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19106
Originally the home of the Pennsylvania Assembly and Supreme Court during the Colonial Era, the building was called the Pennsylvania State House. The Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were adopted and signed here.

Betsy Ross House

Betsy Ross House

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19106
The Betsy Ross House is generally recognized as the place where Betsy Ross lived when she may have made the first American Flag. The building was built around 1740 and is presented as it would have looked when Betsy Ross lived and worked there.

Academy of Music

Academy of Music

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19102
Opened in 1857, the building is the oldest grand opera house in America used for its original purpose. It is the home of the Pennsylvania Ballet and the Philadelphia Opera Company.

The Washington Monument

The Washington Monument

Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 19130
This 1897 work by Rudolf Siemering features a majestic statue of Washington along with sculptures of animals and allegorical figures of rivers. Other features include fountains, stairs and plaques.

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