Book hotel meeting space in Philadelphia
Philadelphia has a diverse range of meeting venues to choose from.
Philadelphia has lots to offer meeting attendees. The city’s historical sites are some of the more popular attractions in the city, with the Liberty Bell Center attracting over 2 million visitors in 2010. Philly is also home to the third-largest art museum in the country, and you may recognize its steps outside from the popular movie “Rocky.” The Philadelphia Museum of Art covers ten acres, and houses 300,000 works spanning 2,000 years of art history.
During the Revolutionary War, the city served as a meeting place for the nation’s Founding Fathers. Independence Hall, now a popular tourist attraction in the city, was the site where the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were signed. However, in the eyes of foodies, Philadelphia’s most important historical contribution may just be the mouth-watering Philly cheesesteak, which made its debut in the city in 1930! Whatever your preference, make history and plan your next meeting or event in “The Birthplace of America” (and the birthplace of an awesome sandwich).
Philadelphia International Airport serves more than 31 million travelers each year from more than 120 cities worldwide. Once meeting attendees arrive at the airport, they’ll love how easy it is to ride into the city’s central business district on SEPTA’s airport line for just $7 one-way.