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Adams Siding & Windows
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Things To Do in Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia Urban Adventures Philadelphia Urban Adventures

Philly is known for its friendly residents and Philadelphia Urban Adventures works hard to welcome guests and provide a memorable experience. The knowledgeable and energetic team offers a variety of different tours that showcase the many aspects of Philadelphia: the deep-rooted history, the awe-inspiring public art, the influential culture and architecture, the open-air marketplaces and more.

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Valley Forge National Historic Park Valley Forge National Historic Park

Whether you are into running, biking or picnicking, the Valley Forge National Historic Park has plenty of wide-open space for you to conduct your favorite activity. Once the Continental Army’s winter encampment, this site offers more than 3,600 acres filled with rolling hills, well-worn trails, nearby waterways and historical monuments, not to mention plenty of opportunities for outdoor fun.

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Fort Mifflin Fort Mifflin

Visit Fort Mifflin and see one of the most unique historical sites in the US. Commissioned in 1771, this fort and its surrounding area played vital roles during the American Revolution and the Civil War. When Fort Mifflin was decommissioned in 1952, its 14 authentically restored buildings were opened to the public so they could see "The Fort that Saved America."

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