What would you do with a day and a half?

    The New York Times has some suggestions for how to spend 36 hours in Philadelphia. What would you tell a visitor he or she must not miss?

    The New York Times has some suggestions for how to spend 36 hours in Philadelphia. Presumeably some of that time should be spent sleeping, but … who are we to judge?

    What would you say should be on thislist? Tell us in the comments below.

    Their suggestions:

    Philadelphia History Museum in Old City
    Happy hour at Han Dynasty in University City
    The Barnes Foundation Museum on the Parkway
    Live music and local beer at Johnny Brenda’s in Fishtown
    Donuts and fried chicken at Federal Donuts
    The “American Spirits: The Rise and Fall of Prohibition” exhibition at the National Constitution Center
    Mussels at Monk’s Cafe in Rittenhouse
    Shopping for trinkets at Verde on 13th Street
    Joseph Fox Bookshop in Rittenhouse
    Bring your own bottle to the Farm and Fisherman in Washington Square West
    An unforbidden cocktail at Franklin Mortgage & Investment Co. in Center City
    A promenade along the Schuylkill River
    Brunch at National Mechanics

     

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