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Cruises from Philadelphia
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Cruises from Philadelphia

There are not currently any cruises from Philadelphia available. However, there are cruises from many cities that are within driving distance of Philadelphia. Here are some of the most popular choices:

Cruises from New York
Cruises from Bayonne, NJ
Cruises from Baltimore, MD

We will post cruise deals and information online should cruises from Philadelphia be available again. For those wondering, Bermuda cruises from Philadelphia, as well as cruises to Canada & New England, are the options typically offered from this city.

Philadelphia, "The City of Brotherly Love," is one of the most history-rich cities in the United States. When available as an option, it's also a very popular cruise departure port for those that live nearby the Philadelphia area. Some people prefer to cruise from Philadelphia and schedule a hotel stay before or after the cruise, to really have a chance to enjoy the city and all it has to offer. Norwegian Cruise Line (NCL) was the last cruise line to offer cruises from Philadelphia. A suggestion for those that would still like to visit the city and take a cruise would be to book a hotel for a few days in Philly, and then transfer to one of the nearby cities listed above for your cruise.

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Things to do in Philadelphia

These are just a few of the more popular tourist attractions in Philadelphia, along with a brief description:

♦ The Liberty Bell
One of the most famous symbols of the Revolutionary War, the Liberty Bell is without a doubt one of the most popular attractions in all of Philadelphia, as it's an American symbol of liberty and justice. The Liberty Bell Center is open daily, except certain holidays, and is visited by millions of tourists each year.
Liberty Bell
♦ Independence Hall
This U.S. national landmark is located on Chestnut Street, between 5th and 6th Streets. It's most famous for being known as the location where the Declaration of Independence was debated, adopted and signed, as well as where the United States Constitution was signed. This building was the original home of the Liberty Bell, but now houses the Centennial Bell, and is now a part of the Independence National Historical Park.

♦ Philadelphia Museum of Art
This venue is one of the largest art museums in the United States. It's located in Fairmount Park, at the west end of Benjamin Franklin's Parkway, and was established in 1876. Over 225,000 objects, displayed in over 200 galleries, make up the impressive collection housed at this venue.