Lou Mattera Remodeling

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(610) 644-1687

601 Midland Cir
Berwyn, PA 19312
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Things To Do in Philadelphia, PA

Benjamin Franklin National MemorialBenjamin Franklin National Memorial

Take a photo with one of the country’s founding fathers! No trip to Philadelphia is complete without seeing the Benjamin Franklin National Memorial, located in the Franklin Institute’s rotunda. This Pennsylvanian landmark and attraction honors Benjamin Franklin, Philadelphia’s most famous citizen, with a colossal 20-foot-tall statue made of white marble.

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Love ParkLove Park

Joggers, bikers and skaters will love Love Park, also known as the John F Kennedy Plaza. Famous for its large LOVE sculpture, Love Park brings together concrete and greenery in a harmonious outdoor marriage. This mixed-use urban park features a large single spout fountain, large granite walk areas and benches.

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Philadelphia International Auto ShowPhiladelphia International Auto Show

Be sure to come by the Pennsylvania Convention Center for the annual Philadelphia International Auto Show. For over a century (since 1902), this auto show has brought the latest concepts and models of the car industry to Philly. See the newest designs from all over the globe alongside well-preserved antique automobiles.

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Bartram’s GardenBartram’s Garden

Set aside some time to visit the oldest surviving botanical garden in the United States. Bartram’s Garden covers 46 acres in Fairmount Park, and is open to the public for free admission. Try taking a tour inside the historic garden area (the original 8-acre garden begun in 1728), the historic stone house, through the elaborate grove and the largest variety of North American plants in the world.

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