Next time you are booking your stay in Philadelphia and you want to stay in the downtown, be sure and look into the hotels near National Constitution Center Museum. The National Constitution Center Museum will not only provide you with your downtown location but will also provide you easy walking distance to several other free historical sites. Dining is within a few minute’s walk from whichever direction you start. You don’t like to walk? The public bus and metro system is nearby and easily accessible, so you will have loads of options.
The National Constitution Center Museum allows you to see extraordinary revolving exhibits about the United States’ founding documents, former presidents’ opinions on controversial subjects, engaging theatrical reenactments, cutting-edge constitutional seminars, and much more. The interactive exhibits are always changing, so you will always see and experience something new and exciting when you visit the National Constitution Center Museum.
Getting around Downtown Philly does not have to be expensive if you want to avoid parking your car or a rental. Leave your car at the hotel and walk to the places you want to go. Most popular Philadelphia attractions are within 10 minutes. If you don’t want to walk, the public transportation system is fast and efficient. The MLB system runs throughout the week, with buses scheduled every six minutes for your convenience. Some hotels near the National Constitution Center Museum, such as the Omni Hotel Independence Park, are within a five-minute walk of historic sites like Independence Hall, Liberty Bell Center, and the National Constitution Center Museum itself. All in all, it is well worth avoiding finding parking and walking or taking the bus while you are siteseeing. Plus, you’ll be able to use the money you save on souvenirs.
When you stay in hotels near the National Constitution Center Museum, you will have your pick of delicious cuisine. If you enjoy Japanese, be sure and try Morimoto’s, on 732 Chestnut Street, for delicacies dreamed up by the Iron Chef himself. When you finish around the National Constitution Center Museum, head over to Independence Hall, before you try out the cocktails and appetizers at the Stratus Lounge. It has gorgeous views and gourmet bar bites with great cocktails.
Keep in mind that booking your stay in downtown doesn’t have to be expensive to also have the amenities and location you want. Hotels near the National Constitution Center Museum, such as Penn’s View, have a smaller number of accommodations that are extremely affordable.