Attractions

Greater Philadelphia, located on the Delaware River has an unusual large number of attractions.

Museums:

The Philadelphia Museum of Art with its “Rocky Statue“ and collection of old masters.

The Rodin Museum – Houses the largest collection of Rodin’s work outside Paris.

The Barnes  Museum – Houses the largest collection of impressionist’s art outside of The Louvre.

Music/Theaters:

The Kimmel Center – Home to the world famous Philadelphia Orchestra.

Walnut Street Theatre – The oldest continuously operating theatre in the United States.

Sports:

Major Sports – The Philadelphia Phillies, The Flyers, The Eagles, The 76’ers, and The Union.

World Famous Golf Courses – Pine Valley, Merion, Aronimink and many public courses.

Philadelphia Zoo - The oldest zoo in the United States.

History

The Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Betsy Ross House, Elfreth Alley (oldest  continuously occupied street in the United States) City Hall, the tallest masonry building (no steel frame) in the United States.

Other

From the Pinelands and broad sandy beaches of New Jersey, to sking in the Pennsylvania mountains, Pureland is surround by everything one expects in a cosmopolitan area, from art and science, to world class Universities“go within one hour of Pureland”.  Pureland is in the heart of the east coast – midway between New York and Washington.