Mütter Museum — 19 S. 22nd St.
The Mütter Museum was founded to educate future doctors about anatomy and human medical anomalies. Today, it serves as a valuable resource for educating and enlightening the public about our medical past and telling important stories about what it means to be human. (info from their Website).
Admission w/ college ID: $8
Rodin Museum (closed on Mondays) — Ben Franklin Parkway at 22nd St.
Suggested donation ($3)
Franklin Institute — 222 N. 20th Street (just off the Ben Franklin Parkway)
Admission $13.75; Admission (plus IMAX) $18.75
Philadelphia Museum of Art (closed on Mondays) — Ben Franklin Parkway at 26th
Students (with valid ID): $8;
Sundays: Pay what you wish all day
Check out the art collection, and run up the Museum's front steps (Rocky style).
Fairmount Park & Boathouse Row — beyond the Phila. Museum of Art.
Walk along the river, check out the boathouses — great place to bike!
Eastern State Penitentiary — 22nd and Fairmount
Tours include:The central rotunda, restored cells, the solitary confinement yards, the baseball diamond, death row and Al Capone's Cell.
Admission: $7.00 students
Check out Mugshots neighborhood coffee shop across the street.
Rittenhouse Square — 18th & Walnut
Window shop down 18th street to the Square... people watch in Rittenhouse Square... window shop along Walnut Street to Broad... go right on Broad to get to the Kimmel Center
Kimmel Center for Performing Arts — Broad (14th) and Spruce Sts.
After visiting the Kimmel Center, keep going down Broad and make a left on Pine (for Antiques Row)
Antiques Row — along Pine Street, between 10th & 12th
Window shop in antique shops and other boutiques, get a cup of coffee at The Last Drop (13th and Pine).
Reading Terminal Market (Monday through Saturday 8 a.m.–6 p.m.) — 12th and Arch
Sample Amish apple pie, smell fresh flowers, eat famous Bassett's ice cream, buy local peaches.
Chinatown — Arch to Vine Streets, and from 8th to 11th Streets
Walk under the Friendship Arch at 10th and Arch Streets, sample goodies at bakeries, have a Malaysian meal at Penang (117 N. 10th St)
African American Museum in Philadelphia (closed on Mondays) — 7th & Arch
National Constitution Center — 525 Arch Street (Independence Mall)
$7.00 for College students with ID
Independence Visitor Center — 6th & Market, free
Liberty Bell Center — 6th & Market
Italian Market (some shops closed on Mondays) — 9th St between Christian St & Washington Ave
Sample chocolate, cheese, fruit. Check out the menu at Sabrina's (910 Christian St)
Ralph's Restaurant (760 S. 9th St)
Pats Cheesesteaks & Geno's Cheesesteaks — 9th & Passayunk
Sample Philly food fare from these two rival cheesesteak spots.
UPenn Museum of Archaeology/Anthropology (closed on Mondays) — 3260 South St
$5 admission w/ Student ID (the museum is 1 block away from the Univ. City R3 stop)
Clark Park (community park) — approx. 43rd St & Baltimore Ave.
Relax in the park, get a cup of iced tea at The Green Line (42nd and Baltimore).