This page detailing some of the most popular attractions, and ones which you should definitely visit if you’re in the area, are sponsored by Abuse Guardian’s team of sexual abuse attorneys in North Philly, PA.
It’s widely known, especially by locals of North Philly as well as by fans of the city as a whole who reside around the globe, that Philly possesses some truly remarkable activities and attractions for visitors of all ages.
As long-time members of the community, our team of legal experts have themselves compiled a list of some of their favorite ones which we cover briefly below. Indeed, you’re gonna have to check these out yourself the next time you’re in the neighborhood!
Edgar Allan Pоe National Historic Site
Described as horrifying, mystifying, and brilliant, Poe’s writing has engaged readers all over the world. The six years Edgar Allan Poe lived in North Philadelphia were reportedly his happiest and most productive.
Yet Poe also struggled with bad luck, personal demons and his wife’s illness. In Poe’s humble home, visitors may reflect on the famed author’s human spirit surmounting the crushing obstacles he faced while also celebrating his astonishing creativity.
The Edgar Allan Pоe National Historic Site is located at 532 N. 7th Street and is open Friday through Sunday, from 9am to 12pm, and 1pm to 5pm (the site closes from 12noon to 1pm for lunch)
The Liacouras Center
The Liacouras Center is a 10,000-seat multi-purpose venue located on the Temple University campus along the Avenue of the Arts. The venue is a full entertainment arena featuring concerts, family shows, Temple Men’s and Women’s Basketball games and more.
The facility is the largest indoor, public assembly venue north of City Hall in Philadelphia. Formerly known as the Apollo of Temple, the venue was renamed and dedicated to Temple University President Peter J. Liacouras on February 13, 2000.
The 340,000 square foot building is the home of Temple Owls Basketball, a full range of concerts, dramatic presentations, University athletic and convocation events, family shows, sports exhibitions and more. In addition to the large arena configuration, The Esther Boyer Theater at The Liacouras Center is a small theater setup of up to 1,900 seats for more intimate presentations. For more information regarding upcoming events at the Center, make sure to drop by their website for the most up-to-date event calendar.
The Met Philly
Located on North Broad Street, The Met Philadelphia was originally built in 1908 and operated as the former Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House which was run by opera impresario Oscar Hammerstein.
The Met Philadelphia is currently undergoing a $50+ million restoration in partnership with Live Nation, Eric Blumenfeld and Holy Ghost Headquarters to transform this truly historic theater into the “crown jewel” of North Broad Street’s renaissance.
The sexual abuse attorneys in North Philly, PA forming part of Abuse Guardian’s team hope you’ve enjoyed their recommendations and that you enjoy yourself if you happen to swing by any of them – we’re sure you’ll agree with our selections if you do!