Reading Terminal Market in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

 
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Distance from city center: 0.6mi
Belle's pictureby Belle Shopping travel tip
added on the 28th of September, 2010
A market hall that has everything that you might be looking for: shops, cafeterias, diners, market stalls, everything. If you stay in Philadelphia for more than a few days, and are quite close to the Reading Terminal Market, than I suggest you visit it, because it is not only light on your pockets but you can find everything in one place which gives you plenty of time for other things, like sightseeing! :)

I personally liked the fresh, on-the-spot made pretzels. In the northwestern corner of the market Amish merchants come 4 times a week and bake before your eyes the pretzels. They are fresh and warm when you get them. And they are delicious! If I would live in Philadelphia I would come here every week for some farm-fresh products, bakery or sweets!

Address:
N 12th St & Arch St, Philadelphia, PA 19107, USA

Opening Hours:
Open in daytime hours.

 
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