Society Hill Philadelphia
Society Hill stretches from Walnut to Lombard between Front and 8th Streets in the Center City section of Philadelphia. As one of the city’s oldest neighborhoods, the history comes to life in the Federal and Georgian style brick townhomes on quaint cobblestone streets.
Even with Independence Hall as a nearby attraction, Society Hill has remained a residential neighborhood since its origination in 1683. Today, the streets of Society Hill are just as serene as ever.
Bourse Building Shops
City Tavern Restaurant
The Plough and the Stars Irish Pub
Ritz Movie Theater
National Museum of American Jewish History
African American Museum
Museum of the American Revolution
Betsy Ross’ House