5801 Crittenden Street Philadelphia, PA 19138 +1 215 549 9105
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. It is located on Crittenden Street and the Islamic community visits the mosque to pray. It can rightly be called the center for religious and community activities.
3027 North 22nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19132 +1 215 229 3586
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. It is more than just a place to worship, apart from prayers,regular Koran classes are held here. The seminars and the sermons, always ensure that the community is informed and works together.
1546 North 27th Street Philadelphia, PA 19121 +1 215 235 1955
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Apart from a worship center, it also serves as a platform where ideas and thoughts are exchanged. Various meetings and discussions are held throughout the year, to keep the community informed.
4228 Walnut Street Philadelphia, PA 19104 +1 215 386 3770
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other service. Various lectures and seminars are organized to involve the youth in community service. Celebrations of festivals and prayers are held here.
2823 North 22nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19132 +1 215 225 2084
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. A mosque is a center for praying and paying respect to the holy Koran. Muslim community gathers here to celebrate festivals together and take the feeling of brotherhood a step further.
23 South 52nd Street Philadelphia, PA 19139 +1 215 747 3136
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. A mosque is an worship house of the Muslim community. Located on the 52nd Street, it is the center for religious and community activities. The youth participate in discussions and share noble thoughts with fellow believers.
4501 North Howard Street Philadelphia, PA 19140 +1 215 455 1837
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. Celebrations of festivals, lectures on Islam are one of the few services undertaken. The sole aim being upliftment of the Islamic community. It takes the brotherhood feeling promoted by Islam a step further.
1319 West Susquehanna Avenue Philadelphia, PA 19122 +1 215 978 9508
This is a city location for Muslim worship and other services. It organizes lectures and seminars and also celebrations of the Muslim festivals. The main objective is to spread awareness about Islam and pay respect to the holy Koran.
252 South 4th Street Near Spruce Street Philadelphia, PA 19106 +1 215 923 7930
Old St. Mary's Church was established in 1763 and was the first cathedral of the Diocese of Philadelphia. George Washington, John Adams and other members of the First Continental Congress attended St. Mary's for Sunday Vespers in 1774. Printer and publisher, Matthew Carey, Commodore John Barry, General Stephen Moylan, George Gordon Meade's grandfather, George Meade, and Michael Bouvier, Jacqueline Kennedy Onassis' great-grandfather, are all buried in the church cemetery. Open on Sundays 9am onwards.
2nd Street Between Pine & South Streets, Old Market and Fire Station Philadelphia, PA 19106 +1 800 537 7676
In 1745, sheds served the purpose of providing merchants with a place to gather and sell their merchandise consisting of food and wares. Fire engine houses or headhouses were located at the end of these sheds. This one happens to be one of America's most venerable, built in the early 1800s. Each headhouse featured alarm bells and a second-floor fireman's social club. The shed between Lombard and Pine Streets, called the Shambles, was restored in the early 1960s. In the spring and summer seasons, artisans sell handcrafts in an open market.
As the name suggests, this tour takes you through the
stalls and shops of the oldest ethnic market, the Italian Market. Get acquainted with Italian cold cuts like Sopresseta and Prosciutto and sample Italian savories. Guests receive discount cards ...
It's hard to state simply exactly what the Art Alliance
does. There are exhibits of contemporary work, such as the Andy Warhol retrospective, but there are also poetry readings, art and travel lectures, play readings, chamber concerts, and the ...
This remarkable hotel is within walking distance of Philadelphia's top
attractions, including Independence Hall and the Franklin Institute. City Hall and the Pennsylvania Convention Center are four blocks from the hotel and Philadelphia International Airport is just 15 minutes ...