At the Democratic National Convention in Philly earlier this summer, President Barack Obama mentioned Philadelphia his speech, commenting on the city's significant role in this country's history. But while you probably already know about Independence Hall, there are plenty of other spots in Philly that have welcomed U.S. presidents through their doors.
Here, we've compiled more than a dozen places that presidents have visited in Philadelphia over this country's history, from the tavern where George Washington used to sit back with a drink to the grand hotel where thousands gathered for Abraham Lincoln's pre-inaugural speech.
What's more, all of these places are still standing and many are open to the public. They're listed in order of location, starting in Old City.
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