This Christmas in Philadelphia article was sponsored by Visit Philly. The thoughts and opinions expressed here are entirely our own.
The historic city of Philadelphia is known as the birthplace of democracy and it’s home famous landmarks like The Liberty Bell, The Philadelphia Museum of Art and those famous “Rocky Steps,” and of course – the renowned Philly Cheesesteak. Whenever we visit Philly, we always come to celebrate, but the city truly comes alive during the holiday season. From the Philadelphia Christmas Village market to the festive celebrations at the Longwood Gardens, the 160-foot ice slide at Tinseltown Holiday Spectacular to the musical light show at Franklin Park, the holidays are the best time to Visit Philly.
Where to Stay in Philadelphia
If you want to Visit Philly during the holidays, we’ve got you covered! Look no further than the Element Philadelphia Downtown. Located at the corner of 15th and Chestnut, this location is in the heart of Center City, walking distance to all the main attractions in the city. The well-equipped rooms provide in-room kitchens, and the hotel offers free breakfasts.