Explore Philadelphia with these travel posts on Reverberations.

On the tour, visitors get a chance to see inside the George Nakashima Arts Building in New Hope, Pennsylvania.

Touring George Nakashima House, Workshop & Studio

You may already be familiar with George Nakashima furniture if you’re a fan of the American craft movement or a regular viewer of Antiques Roadshow. You can find the groundbreaking furniture designs of the celebrated American architect and woodworker in countless homes and businesses. His unique and highly modern pieces are exhibited in the Metropolitan […]

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Poinsettias line a window at Longwood Gardens during A Longwood Christmas.

Christmas at Longwood Gardens

As anyone from the greater Philadelphia area will tell you, Longwood Gardens is known for its special Christmas displays. Located just outside of the city near the state line between Pennsylvania and Delaware, Longwood Gardens is more than 1000 acres of gardens which came to real prominence under the ownership and loving eye of Pierre

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Gates of Hell relief at the Rodin Museum in Philadelphia.

Rodin Museum Brings French Sculpture to Philly

Nestled between New York City and Washington, D.C., Philadelphia can be easily overlooked. We’re often underrated. But the City of Brotherly Love has some incredible secrets, especially when it comes to art. The Rocky movies memorialize the front steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. But within the walls of the impressive building is, unquestionably,

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Relive colonial Philadelphia with a visit to the Liberty Bell.

Colonial Philadelphia: From Liberty Bell to Independence Hall

From the Liberty Bell to the Declaration of Independence, Colonial Philadelphia has an important part in the history of the United States. In addition to Pennsylvania being one of the original thirteen colonies, Colonial Philadelphia served as the location of the First and Second Continental Congresses as well as, temporarily, acting as the capital of

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Frankford Hall: Philadelphia’s Biergarten

It really wasn’t that long ago that Philadelphia’s Fishtown neighborhood wasn’t all that special. There were a couple of music venues and bars but there wasn’t much else. Those times have certainly changed. While the neighborhood isn’t quite bustling, it’s still pretty darn full of restaurants, bars, and shops as well as plenty of residences.

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