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Macy’s

1300 Market Street

Stop by the Visitor Desk at Macy’s located on the Main level to retrieve a savings pass. While you’re there, check out the Macy’s Center City Package designed to make the most of your visit! Package includes exclusive Philadelphia Tote bag, $25 gift card and more.

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Weitzman National Museum of American Jewish History

101 South Independence Mall East

A Smithsonian-affiliated museum focusing on the 360-year history of Jews in America, featuring a collection of 20,000 objects in its many exhibitions.

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Institute of Contemporary Art

118 S 36th Street

This University City spot was created in 1963 to expose students to what was “new and happening,” and it still continues to do just that through its engaging art that “speaks to urgent issues facing our community and our country,” according to the Institute’s Director.

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Edgar Allen Poe House

532 N 7th Street

Edgar Allan Poe lived in Philadelphia for six years, and during that time he wrote some of his most mystifying and well-known works, including “The Tell-Tale Heart” and many others.

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Summer Fest at Blue Cross RiverRink

101 S Columbus Boulevard

Open from May to September each year, SummerFest has Philly’s only outdoor roller skating rink + mini-golf, arcade games, rides, and concession stands with some of the city’s best food and drinks!

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Azuka Theatre

1700 Sansom Street Suite 800

Launched in 2016, Azuka Theatre was the first theater company in Philadelphia (and in the country as far as we can tell) to offer its entire season of productions as Pay What You Decide (PWYD): every production, every performance, everyone.

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