Sure, the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall are must see attractions in Philadelphia. So are the Philadelphia Art Museum, Boathouse Row and National Constitution Center.
The Conwell Inn is minutes from these nationally renowned sites, and extremely accessible via SEPTA, Uber, taxi, bike share or by car.
But when you stay with us, you can explore one of Philadelphia's most exciting and vibrant neighborhoods offering an eclectic collection of cultural, culinary and diversity (Read More . . .)
Staying at the Conwell Inn places you in "Philadelphia's Avenue of the Arts" section on North Broad Street where tens of thousands of students live, study and energy bubbles all around.
Here's a few of our favorite North Broad Street neighborhood area attractions for your enjoyment:
Since the 1960's, food trucks have helped define Temple’s food culture fabric. The trucks are stationary throughout the day and are reliable options for a student on the run, a professor wrapping up the day, a researcher on break from the lab.
Some of the food trucks are staples, having kept their wheels put through years of transformative campus growth around them. Others are new to the game; some have been opened by alumni who saw business opportunities before they completed their studies. All help fill the stomach of what is evidently one hungry campus.
The food trucks offer a bit of it all: Cheesesteaks and coffee. Halal and hamburgers. Bibimbap and burritos. Smoothies and saag paneer. At more than three dozen strong, they together constitute what some might consider a sort of tasting menu of the world. Fitting for a university that thinks on the same scale.
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An intimate venue offering a stunning collection of performances, located footsteps from the Conwell Inn.
We love great local cuisine, talented chefs and the culinary offering of nearby Northern Liberties.
This 10,000 seat multi-purpose venue located practically across the street from the Conwell Inn hosts sporting events, concerts, renowned speakers.
This all ages concert venue is set in a historic building hosting a variety of music genres and has 3 bars.
The Avenue of the Arts is Philadelphia’s designated arts-based hub located along a segment of Broad that includes the Kimmel Center, the Academy of Music, Merriam Theater, the Liacoras Center and other iconic Philadelphia cultural venues.
The Conwell Inn is located footsteps from Broad Street.
The Eastern State Penitentiary, is a U.S. National Historic Landmark open to the public as a museum for tours seven days a week, twelve months a year.
The penitentiary refined the revolutionary system of separate incarceration first pioneered in Philadelphia which emphasized principles of reform rather than punishment.
Notorious criminals such as Al Capone and bank robber Willie Sutton were held inside its innovative wagon wheel design.
At its completion, the building was the largest and most expensive public structure ever erected, and quickly became a model for more than 300 prisons worldwide.
From RealD 3D movies to fully equipped theaters for all age groups, there’s always something exciting playing here.
Located only a short walk from the Conwell Inn
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As the northern anchor Philadelphia’s Avenue of the Arts, TPAC provides year-round opportunities to experience an array of cultural and artistic offerings presented by university departments and community partners. .
The Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site is a preserved home once occupied by American author Edgar Allan Poe, located in the adjacent Spring Garden neighborhood.
The official hotel of Temple University and located just off of Broad Street - Philadelphia’s “Avenue of the Arts” - The Conwell Inn is just a short trip from all that the city has to offer.
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Independence Park, the most visited site in Philadelphia, is located in the heart of Old City and is home to Independence Hall, The Liberty Bell, The National Constitution Center and The Independence Visitor Center.
In 1829, Eastern State Penitentiary became the most expensive building in the young United States. Several of America's most notorious criminals were incarcerated within the Penitentiary's sky-lit cells, including the infamous Al Capone.