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October, 2007 in Philadelphia

"If you want something different than the church/hotel wedding and reception, Merion Tribute House is a fantastic and beautiful location. With lovely grounds for an outdoor ceremony, and great architecture with a wonderful ballroom indoors, it provides space for about 150 guests comfortably. The only downside is the meager selection of local hotels and distance from the airport and Center City."


Ceremony: Merion Tribute House
Reception: Merion Tribute House


Merion Tribute House

625 Hazelhurst Ave
Montgomery, PA 19066, US


Hilton City Avenue

4200 City Ave
Philadelphia, PA 19131, US


Holiday Inn City Line

4100 Presidential Blvd
Philadelphia, PA 19131, US


Kimmel Center

300 S Broad St
Philadelphia, PA, USA

"Want to enjoy some cultured entertainment while you're in Philly? Check the schedule at the Kimmel Center, where the Philadelphia Orchestra plays. If orchestra isn't your thing, other shows are frequently available as well."


King of Prussia Mall

160 N Gulph Rd
King of Prussia, PA, USA

"Want to do some serious shopping? This is the place! The 2nd largest indoor mall in the US (Mall of America in MN still has it beat!). Wear your walking shoes! You can take Septa Bus route 38 from the hotels and then transfer to Route 125 to get here."


Elfreth's Alley

"Don't forget to include this on your historic tour! Random, but neat. Click the link to learn more!"


Fairmount Park

"Fairmount Park is a 9,200 acre park - in the middle of Philadelphia! There are a number of historic sites to see here, as well as the Japanese House and Garden. Trolley tours of these sights are sometimes available (see website)."


Historical Landmarks

6th St & Market St
Philadelphia, PA

"This is the part of town to come to for history buffs. The Constitution Center, Liberty Bell and Independence Hall are all here. Start at the Visitor's Center to figure out what you want to see!"


Isgro Pastries

"YUMMM! Says it all. Sample one of each of the cannolies, and biscotti. Everything else is amazing too. But be prepared to stand in line!"


Italian Market District

"If you love Italian food or open-air markets, or both, you should not miss this area. Amazing fresh pasta (we love the ravioli from Superior) and everything else you could dream of. While you're here, don't forget to visit Isgro Pastries!"


Philadelphia City Hall

"Another wonderful historic building. If you have a chance to visit Center City, be sure to walk through City Hall!"


Philadelphia Museum of Art

"Besides being a beautiful piece of architecture and home of the steps Rocky ran up (as well as an honorary statue of the him), it houses a number of lovely pieces of art. Sundays are "Pay what you wish" admission, so we encourage you to go by on Sunday before the big event! An exhibit of "Renoir Landscapes" is scheduled during that time, in addition to the permanent offerings. (Anonymous's favorite is the statue of Diana in the Great Stair Hall.)"


Reading Terminal Market

"A lot of history here, too! Started in 1892, and revitalized in the early 1990's, this market is a terrific place to check out the wares of the local Amish, get some terrific local wine (don't forget the cheese to go with) or grab a snack (or a whole meal!). Lots of fun, and bring cash for shopping (not all the stalls accept plastic)."


The Barnes Foundation

300 N Latches Ln
Montgomery, PA 19066, US

""181 Renoirs, 69 C├ęzannes and 60 Matisses, along with works by Manet, Degas, Seurat, Prendergrast, Titian and Picasso" and an Arboretum."


The Franklin Intitute Science Museum

"The Franklin Institute is Philadelphia's amazing scientific museum, currently host of the King Tut exhibit (which sadly departs on Sept. 30th). Permanent exhibits include the Giant Heart (you can walk through a model human heart!), and the Franklin National Memorial. A great place to go for fun and learning, both kids and adults."


The Rodin Museum

Rodin Museum


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