The Shops At Liberty Place Offer Fine Philadelphia Shopping

Liberty Place


Liberty Place skyscraper (in background), and City Hall (in foreground) - in the 1980s, Liberty Place was the first building in Philadelphia to surpass the height of William Penn's hat, on the top of City Hall Tower. To get a better view of the contrast between the two buildings, just click directly on the photo to enlarge it.




This page on Liberty Place is still under construction. Please be patient, and check back soon...

Traveling to Liberty Place

The best way to reach Liberty Place, is via SEPTA Regional Rail. Nearly all Regional Rail trains will stop at Suburban Station, which is just a short walk away. Located at 16th Street and John F. Kennedy Boulevard, just head in the direction of 17th Street.

The walking distance between One Liberty Place (the nearer of the two skyscrapers) and Suburban Station is only a block and a half - 0.14 miles, to be exact.

A Map of Liberty Place and the Surrounding Area


View Liberty Place in a larger map


If you'd like to leave Liberty Place, and return to the Home Page of Enjoying Philadelphia, please click here.

If You Like Our Content, Please Like Us on Facebook!

Sign Up For Free E-mail Updates For Philadelphia Events!

Enter your E-mail Address
Enter your First Name (optional)
Then

Don't worry — your e-mail address is totally secure.
I promise to use it only to send you Enjoying Philadelphia - Events and Things To Do In the City and Region.


If You Like Our Content, Please Like Us on Facebook!