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Overview

Introduction to Philadelphia, Pennsylvania

Granted a charter in 1701, Philadelphia, also known as "the City of Brotherly Love", is the fifth largest city in the United States with a population of just over 1.5 million people. According to the 2000 census, the population of the greater Philadelphia metropolitan area is almost 6.2 million people.

Philadelphia is located in the mid-Atlantic region of the eastern United States, on the Delaware River and the border with New Jersey. It is approximately two hours south of New York City, and two hours north of Baltimore, Maryland.

Philadelphia is ranked as the 22nd "Most Fun U.S City" in a survey conducted in 2003 by Cranium Inc. Factors taken into account in the ranking include: the number of sports teams, restaurants, dance performances, toy stores, the amount of a city's budget that is spent on recreation, and other factors.

Philadelphia is known as a city of neighborhoods. Philadelphia neighborhoods number over 100, including: South Philadelphia, home to the Italian Market; Germantown; and more.

Philadelphia History

The first Europeans to settle in the area that is now Philadelphia were mainly Swedes. English influence began in 1681 with the granting of the Charter of Pennsylvania by Charles II. William Penn, a Quaker, first landed in 1682 in New Castle, Delaware. He is credited with the founding and planning of Philadelphia. William Penn granted a charter to the City of Philadelphia in 1701. In 1854 Philadelphia was expanded to encompass all of the land of Philadelphia County.

Philadelphia is rich in colonial history and the history of the American Revolution. Some notable dates and events in Philadelphia's history include:

  • In 1698, the first public school in the American Colonies was established in Philadelphia.
  • The first American-made printing press in 1718.
  • Benjamin Franklin first arrived in Philadelphia in 1723.
  • In 1773, the Provincial Congress met at Carpenters' Hall.
  • In 1775, the Continental Congress in session at Philadelphia elected Benjamin Franklin the first Postmaster General of the United Colonies.
  • On July 4th, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was adopted; and on July 8th the Declaration of Independence was read to the people from the Observatory, State House Yard.
  • 1777 saw a lot of Revolutionary war action. The British entered Philadelphia in September. The Battle of Germantown happened on October 15, and the Battle of Red Bank happened on October 22. Mud Fort was evacuated and taken by the British in November.
  • In 1778, the British evacuated Philadelphia.
  • On January 14, 1784, the definitive treaty of peace with England was ratified by Congress.
  • In 1786, the first steam vessel navigated the Delaware River, in Philadelphia.
  • In 1789, the first election of a President of the United States was held.
  • In 1790, the Law School of the University of Pennsylvania, the oldest law school in America, was founded.
  • In 1792, an Act passed establishing the United States Mint in Philadelphia.
  • The first private residence in the United States lighted by gas was in Philadelphia in 1816.
  • In 1876, the first World's Fair in United States was held in Philadelphia to celebrate the Centennial anniversary of the Declaration of Independence.

Notable attractions of historic interest include:

  • The Betsy Ross House - house where America's first flag maker rented rooms.
  • The Liberty Bell Center - features exhibits that examine the Liberty Bell.
  • Independence Hall - building most closely associated with the winning of American independence.
  • Lights of Liberty - sound and light show that guides individuals through events in the American Revolution.
  • The National Constitution Center - tells the story of the U.S. Constitution through interactive, multi-media exhibits, and artifacts.
  • The Old City District (OCD) - Independence Hall, Independence Visitor's Center, the National Constitution Center, and the Liberty Bell Center are but a few of the numerous historical attractions in the Old City District.
  • Valley Forge National Park - commemorates the collective sacrifices and dedication of the Revolutionary War generation.

Philadelphia Arts and Culture

Philadelphia is a vibrant and rich center for arts and culture. Philadelphia offers museums, the performing arts, and more. Some of Philadelphia's more notable museums include:

  • The Franklin Institute Science Museum
  • The Independence Seaport Museum
  • The Institute of Contemporary Art
  • The James A. Michener Art Museum
  • The Mummers Museum
  • The National Liberty Museum
  • The National Museum of American Jewish History
  • The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts (the oldest art museum in the U.S.)
  • The Philadelphia Athletics Museum and Library
  • The Philadelphia Museum of Art
  • The Philadelphia Insectarium
  • The Polish American Cultural Center Museum
  • The University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology
  • The United States Mint

For patrons of the performing arts, Philadelphia's notable attractions include:

  • The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia
  • The Opera Company of Philadelphia
  • The Pennsylvania Ballet
  • The Philadelphia Chamber Music Society
  • The Philadelphia Orchestra
  • The Philadelphia Theatre Company

Philadelphia is also home to numerous events and festivals, including: the Independence Day Ceremony/Philadelphia Liberty Medal Presentation, Sunoco Welcome America!, which is one of the nation's largest outdoor festivals focusing on July 4th; the Philadelphia Marathon and Rothman Institute 8 K Race; the Philadelphia Holiday Festival and City Hall Tree Lighting; and more.

Philadelphia Sports and Leisure

Philadelphia has plenty to offer to fill every sports fan's appetite. Philadelphia and the surrounding area is home to the following major sports teams:

  • Baseball - The Major League Baseball (MLB) Philadelphia Phillies. For individuals who like Minor League Baseball action, the Reading Phillies play an hour and a quarter west of Philadelphia in Reading, Pennsylvania. They are a Double A affiliate of the Philadelphia Phillies.
  • Basketball - The National Basketball Association (NBA) Philadelphia 76ers.
  • Football - The National Football League (NFL) Philadelphia Eagles, and the Arena Football League (AFL) Philadelphia Soul.
  • Hockey - The American Hockey League Philadelphia Phantoms, and the National Hockey League Philadelphia Flyers.
  • Lacrosse - The National Lacrosse League (NLL) Philadelphia Wings

Philadelphia is also home to Fairmount Park, the world’s largest municipal park. Within easy reach of Center City are opportunities for everything from hiking, biking, blading, boating, and more. Two major National Historic Parks, the Valley Forge National Historical Park, and the Washington Crossing Historic Park are also easily accessible from Philadelphia.

Philadelphia "Must See" Attractions

Philadelphia has attractions too numerous to do justice in a simple list. Some of Philadelphia's more notable and unique attractions include:

  • The Battleship New Jersey, now a floating museum on the Delaware River, along the Camden Waterfront across from Center City Philadelphia
  • The Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site
  • The Philadelphia Flower Show, the largest indoor flower show in the world
  • The Philadelphia Zoo, America's first zoo
  • Old City District and all of its historical attractions including Independence Hall, Independence Visitor's Center, the National Constitution Center, the Liberty Bell Center, and more

Philadelphia at Night

Long famous as the home of the Philly cheese steak and hoagies, Philadelphia is also home to numerous eating establishments that span the spectrum of culinary/cultural traditions. Good sources for up-to-the-minute information on Philadelphia's many fine eating destinations can be found in the monthly magazine Philadelphia, as well as the the City Paper and Philadelphia Weekly, both of which are free weekly papers.

The center for evening arts activities in Philadelphia is the Avenue of the Arts cultural district on North and South Broad Street. This area is home to arts facilities such as the Academy of Music, the Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts, the Merriam Theater, the Prince Music Theater, and the Wilma Theater.

For individuals looking for the Philadelphia club and bar scene, good destinations include the Delaware River waterfront, the clubs and bars of the Old City District, and South Street between Front and 9th streets, to name a few of the many destinations for evening fun.

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People

Total Population 1,546,920
Male Share of the Population 47.2%
Female Share of the Population 52.8%
Senior Citizens 12.3%
Employed Population 16+ 625,086
Age of the Population 34

Families

% of people married 29.2%
Average household size 3

Education and Earnings

Population % with Bachelor Degree or Higher 24.5%
Median Earnings25+ $33,578
Median Earnings Without High School Qualification $19,042
Median Earnings With High School Degree $27,103

Wealth

Median Family Income $46,470
% Above Poverty Level 73.3%
% Below Poverty Level 26.7%

Commute & Sprawl

Average Commute Time 32 minutes
% Working from Home 3%
% Walking and Biking to Work 10.5%
% Using Public Transportation 26.5%

Housing

People Living Alone 39.5%
Median Gross Rent $915
Median House Value $143,200

Ancestry

Other(often includes Hispanic and African American) 55.6%
US/American 0.1%
English 2.7%
Irish 11.8%

Philadelphia Almanac

Category Value
County Philadelphia
Standard Zip Codes 19102, 19103, 19104, 19106, 19107, 19109, 19110, 19111, 19112, 19113, 19114, 19115, 19116, 19118, 19119, 19120, 19121, 19122, 19123, 19124, 19125, 19126, 19127, 19128, 19129, 19130, 19131, 19132, 19133, 19134, 19135, 19136, 19137, 19138, 19139, 19140, 19141, 19142, 19143, 19144, 19145, 19146, 191
P.O. Box Zip Codes 19019, 19059, 19101, 19105, 19108, 19155, 19160
Company Zip Codes 19092, 19093, 19099, 19161, 19162, 19170, 19171, 19172, 19173, 19175, 19177, 19178, 19179, 19181, 19182, 19183, 19184, 19185, 19187, 19188, 19191, 19192, 19193, 19194, 19195, 19196, 19197, 19244, 19255
Phone Area Codes 215
Time Zone Eastern (-5 hours from GMT)
Daylight Savings The city observes Daylight Saving Time.
Latitude 39.952
Longitude -75.164

Philadelphia Climate

Nearest Weather Stations

Notes:

  • Temp ranges are avg daily min and max for the month
  • Precipitation is rainfall (and rainfall equiv of snowfall)

Station AUDUBON
Distance 6.4 miles
Jan Temp 25 to 41 F
Apr Temp 42 to 65 F
Jul Temp 67 to 87 F
Oct Temp 46 to 67 F
Annual Precip 45.9 inches
Station MOORESTOWN
Distance 10.5 miles
Jan Temp 23 to 41 F
Apr Temp 41 to 66 F
Jul Temp 65 to 88 F
Oct Temp 44 to 68 F
Annual Precip 48.2 inches
Station NORRISTOWN
Distance 15.6 miles
Jan Temp 23 to 39 F
Apr Temp 42 to 64 F
Jul Temp 66 to 87 F
Oct Temp 44 to 66 F
Annual Precip 47.1 inches

Neighborhood and Nearby Area Names

According to the US Postal Service, Philadelphia, its neighborhoods, and/or surrounding areas are also referred to as:

Eastwick (19153)

Lawncrest (19111)

Lawndale (19111)

Lester (19113)

Lynnewood Gardens (19150)

Manayunk (19127)

Mid City East (19102)

Mid City West (19103)

Middle City East (19102)

Middle City West (19103)

Oak Lane (19126)

Overbrook Hills (19151)

Passyunk (19148)

Rhawnhurst (19111)

Torresdale South (19114)

William Penn Annex East (19106)

William Penn Annex West (19107)

Note that not all alternate names are acceptable for use in US Post Office addresses.

Nearby Cities and Towns

Location Population Median Family Income
Colwyn 2,542 $62,632
Darby 10,689 $34,771
East Lansdowne 2,670 $58,971
Lansdowne 10,618 $74,656

Philadelphia Public Libraries

Library
Free Library Of Philadelphia
1901 VINE ST
Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
(215) 686-5300
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Philadelphia Hospitals

ROXBOROUGH MEMORIAL HOSPITAL
(Proprietary)
5800 RIDGE AVE
(215) 483-9900
Emergency Service: Yes

GRADUATE HOSPITAL
(Proprietary)
ONE GRADUATE PLAZA
(215) 893-2000
Emergency Service: Yes

HAHNEMANN UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
(Proprietary)
230 NORTH BROAD STREET
(215) 762-7000
Emergency Service: Yes

HOSPITAL OF UNIV OF PENNSYLVANIA
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
34TH & SPRUCE STS
(215) 662-3227
Emergency Service: Yes

PENN PRESBYTERIAN MEDICAL CENTER
(Voluntary non-profit - Other)
51 NORTH 39TH STREET
(215) 662-8000
Emergency Service: Yes

PENNSYLVANIA HOSPITAL,THE
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
800 SPRUCE STS
(215) 829-3000
Emergency Service: Yes

THOMAS JEFFERSON UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
111 SOUTH 11TH STREET
(215) 955-6000
Emergency Service: Yes

JEANES HOSPITAL
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
7600 CENTRAL AVE
(215) 728-2000
Emergency Service: Yes

CHESTNUT HILL HOSPITAL
(Proprietary)
8835 GERMANTOWN AVE
(215) 248-8200
Emergency Service: Yes

ST JOSEPH HOSPITAL
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
16TH STREET & GIRARD AVENUE
(215) 787-2000
Emergency Service: No

CANCER TREATMENT CENTERS OF AMERICA
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
1331 EAST WYOMING AVENUE
(215) 744-6728
Emergency Service: No

TEMPLE EAST INC
(Voluntary non-profit - Other)
2301 E. ALLEGHENY AVENUE
(215) 291-2000
Emergency Service: Yes

TEMPLE UNIVERSITY HOSPITAL
(Voluntary non-profit - Private)
3401 N BROAD ST 400 CARNELL HALL
(215) 707-4162
Emergency Service: Yes

ALBERT EINSTEIN MEDICAL CENTER
(Voluntary non-profit - Other)
5501 OLD YORK ROAD
(215) 456-6090
Emergency Service: Yes

NAZARETH HOSPITAL
(Voluntary non-profit - Church)
2601 HOLME AVE
(215) 335-6000
Emergency Service: Yes

FRANKFORD HOSPITAL
(Voluntary non-profit - Other)
RED LION KNIGHTS RDS
(215) 934-4000
Emergency Service: Yes

Philadelphia VA Medical Center
(VA)
University and Woodland Avenues
800-949-1001 or 215-823-5800
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Philadelphia High Schools

(Sorted by Number of Students)

NORTHEAST HS
215-728-5018
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 3,468 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 23.3

WASHINGTON GEORGE HS
215-961-2001
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 2,700 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.6

EDISON HS/FAREIRA SKILLS
215-324-9440
A Title I School.
Serves 2,578 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.8

LINCOLN HS
215-335-5653
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 2,472 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 23.2

CENTRAL HS
215-276-5262
A Magnet School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 2,385 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 22.4

OLNEY HS
215-456-3014
A Title I School.
Serves 2,333 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21

BARTRAM JOHN MAIN & BUSINESS
215-492-6450
A Title I School.
Serves 2,114 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 26.4

FRANKFORD HS
215-537-2519
A Title I School.
Serves 2,026 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 19.6

GRATZ SIMON HS
215-227-4408
A Title I School.
Serves 2,001 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 22.5

OVERBROOK HS
215-581-5507
A Title I School.
Serves 1,998 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 22

KING MARTIN LUTHER HS
215-276-5253
A Title I School.
Serves 1,947 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 22.1

UNIVERSITY CITY HS
215-387-5100
A Title I School.
Serves 1,892 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21.6

GERMANTOWN HS
215-951-4004
A Title I School.
Serves 1,871 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 19.9

DOBBINS/RANDOLPH AVT HS
215-227-4421
A Vocational School
A Title I School.
Serves 1,816 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.4

FELS SAMUEL HS
215-537-2516
A Title I School.
Serves 1,529 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 22

KENSINGTON HS
215-291-4700
A Title I School.
Serves 1,517 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 22.2

WEST PHILADELPHIA HS
215-471-2902
A Title I School.
Serves 1,511 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21.2

LAMBERTON ROBERT E SCH
215-581-5650
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 1,507 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 22.1

PENN WILLIAM HS
215-684-5900
A Title I School.
Serves 1,414 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 16.7

MASTBAUM JULES E AVTS
215-291-4703
A Vocational School
A Title I School.
Serves 1,390 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 18.3

SOUTH PHILADELPHIA HS
215-952-6220
A Title I School.
Serves 1,307 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21.8

COMMUNITY EDUCATION PARTNERS
215-754-1400
Serves 1,270 students.

ROXBOROUGH HS
215-487-4464
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 1,245 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 18.6

GIRLS HS
215-276-5258
A Magnet School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 1,219 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21.9

MASTERMAN JULIA R SEC SCH
215-299-4661
A Magnet School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 1,179 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 19

FRANKLIN BENJAMIN HS
215-299-4662
A Title I School.
Serves 1,157 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.3

FURNESS HORACE HS
215-952-6226
A Title I School.
Serves 1,150 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 18.9

STRAWBERRY MANSION HS
215-684-5089
A Title I School.
Serves 1,100 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 17.4

MATHEMATICS SCIENCE & TECHNOL
267-348-1100
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 1,081 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 17.2

BOK EDW W TECHNICAL HIGH SCHOO
215-952-6200
A Vocational School
A Title I School.
Serves 1,034 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 18.1

FRANKLIN TOWNE CHS
215-289-5000
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 1,003 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 18.2

COMMUNITY ACADEMY OF PHILADELP
215-533-6700
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 1,000 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.8

MATH CIVICS AND SCIENCES CS
215-923-4880
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 919 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 14.7

BARTRAM JOHN HUMAN SERVICES
215-823-8207
Serves 799 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 42.1

SWENSON ARTS & TECHNOLOGY HS
215-961-2009
A Vocational School
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 749 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 16.6

SAUL W B AGRICULTURAL SCHOOL
215-487-4467
A Vocational School
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 673 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 19.2

CREATIVE AND PERFORMING ARTS
215-952-2462
A Magnet School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 663 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 19.3

PARKWAY GAMMA/NW
215-471-5007
A Title I School.
Serves 578 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 18.1

CARVER HS
215-684-5079
A Magnet School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 566 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 22.5

AUDENRIED CHARLES Y SHS
215-952-6204
A Title I School.
Serves 561 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.8

IMHOTEP INSTITUTE CHS
215-438-4140
A Charter School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 499 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 16.3

GAMP
215-952-8590
A Magnet School.
Title I eligible, not participating.
Serves 493 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 19.3

DELAWARE VALLEY CHS
215-951-9675
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 488 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 22.2

BODINE WILLIAM W HS
215-351-7331
A Magnet School.
A Title I School.
Serves 487 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 17

NUEVA ESPERANZA ACADEMY CS
215-324-0746
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 455 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 13.2

WORLD COMMUNICATIONS CS
215-735-3197
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 453 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 17.4

PREPARATORY CS
215-334-6144
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 452 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.5

BARTRAM JOHN COMMUNICATIONS/MO
215-492-6452
Serves 440 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 13.3

BOONE DANIEL SCH
215-684-5080
A Title I School.
Serves 428 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21.4

HOPE CS
215-849-2112
A Charter School.
Serves 412 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 10.8

SHALLCROSS DAY SCH
215-281-2601
A Special Education School
A Title I School.
Serves 375 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 31.3

ARCHITECTURE AND DESIGN CHS
215-351-2900
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 372 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 14.3

FREIRE CS
215-557-8555
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 368 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 15.3

PARKWAY-CENTER CITY
Serves 345 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 23

CARROLL CHARLES SCH
215-291-4707
A Special Education School
A Magnet School.
A Title I School.
Serves 264 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 20.3

PHILA REGIONAL HS
215-299-3510
A Title I School.
Serves 239 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 21.7

DOUGLAS STEPHEN A SCH
215-291-4705
A Special Education School
A Magnet School.
A Title I School.
Serves 226 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 9

WIDENER MEMORIAL SCH
215-456-3015
A Special Education School
A Title I School.
Serves 210 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 5

YOUTH BUILD PHILA CS
215-627-8671
A Charter School.
Serves 208 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 41.6

CEP/ALLEGHENY
215-430-3710
Serves 174 students.

MULTI-CULTURAL ACADEMY CS
215-457-6666
A Charter School.
A Title I School.
Serves 164 students.
Student/teacher ratio: 17.3

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