Ob­ser­va­to­ries & Look­out Points

Where Philadelphia - - The Guide -

ONE LIB­ERTY OB­SER­VA­TION DECK— The breath­tak­ing site of­fers 360-degree vis­tas of the en­tire city and be­yond. When the sky is clear, guests can see all the way to New Jersey and Delaware to the east, past Univer­sity City to the west, down to Philly’s sta­di­ums to the south, and up to the neigh­bor­ing sub­urbs to the north. Check out the high-tech touch-screen tech­nol­ogy, al­low­ing vis­i­tors to zoom in on what they’re see­ing. Opt for a guided tour (free with ad­mis­sion) M-F 11 am and 3 pm, Sa-Su at 11 am, 1 pm and 3 pm or ven­ture up on your own. Open daily 10 am -8 pm.www. philly from the top. com. 1650 Mar­ket St., 215.561.3325. Map 1, H5

TOP OF THE TOWER— In­cred­i­ble scenery, de­li­cious cui­sine and a stel­lar lo­ca­tion make Top of the Tower a cov­eted spot for week­end brunch. This scenic venue oc­cu­pied the 50th and 51st floors of Three Lo­gan Cen­ter. Look­ing out floor-to-ceil­ing win­dows or from the open-air pa­tios, vis­i­tors get a bird’s eye view of such Philadel­phia monuments as the Cathe­dral Basil­ica of Saints Peter and Paul, Lo­gan Square, Eakins Oval and the Ben­jamin Franklin Park­way. www.topof­thetower.com. 1717 Arch St., 215.567.8787.

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