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Update: In light of COVID-19, we wanted to check in and let you know your health and safety are our top priority. We’re still figuring things out and will keep you posted about any changes to our wedding. Thank you for your patience!
Update: In light of COVID-19, we wanted to check in and let you know your health and safety are our top priority. We’re still figuring things out and will keep you posted about any changes to our wedding. Thank you for your patience!
November 12, 2021
Philadelphia, PA
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Brittany & Shawn

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The Wedding Website of Brittany Griffin and Shawn Dilmore
Be sure to take advantage of the historic area in which our wedding is located - a bunch of Philly's most well-known sites are only a few blocks away from our primary hotel!
Reading Terminal Market

Reading Terminal Market

51 North 12th Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107
, (215) 922-2317

One of America’s largest and oldest public markets (housed since 1893 in a National Historic Landmark building), the Market offers an incredible selection of locally grown & exotic produce, locally sourced meats and poultry, plus the finest seafood, cheeses, baked goods, and confections.

Love Park

Love Park

Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19102
, (215) 686-1776

LOVE Park (officially known as John F. Kennedy Plaza) is a public park located in Center City, Philadelphia. The park is nicknamed LOVE Park for its reproduction of Robert Indiana's 1970 LOVE sculpture which overlooks the plaza.

Independence Hall

Independence Hall

520 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
, (215) 965-2305

Independence Hall was built in 1732 as the Pennsylvania State House. Within this hallowed hall, you will see "the room where it happened": The Second Continental Congress began meeting in May of 1775. The Declaration of Independence was adopted on July 4th, 1776 - America's birthday!

Liberty Bell

Liberty Bell

526 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106
, (215) 965-2305

The bell was originally known as the State House Bell and is an iconic symbol of American independence. In the late 1830s, it acquired the name of the Liberty Bell when it became a symbol of the anti-slavery movement. No one knows when it cracked, but some believe it was back in 1752 when it arrived in Philadelphia!

Philadelphia Museum of Art

Philadelphia Museum of Art

2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19130
, (215) 763-8100

This museum is said to be the cultural heart of a great city — the place for creative play, with a surprise around every corner. It is home to 200 galleries of world-class art and is Philadelphia’s destination for creative play. Don't forget to take a picture with the Rocky statue right before you run up all those steps!

Philadelphia City Hall

Philadelphia City Hall

1400 John F Kennedy Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19107
, (215) 686-1776

This building is a National Historic Landmark. With 14.5 acres of floor space and almost 700 rooms, Philadelphia City Hall is the biggest municipal building in America (it is even taller and has more rooms than the U.S. Capitol Building)!

Spruce Street Harbor Park

Spruce Street Harbor Park

301 South Christopher Columbus Boulevard, Philadelphia, PA 19106
, (215) 922-2386

The Spruce Street Harbor Park is an urban beach located in Penn's Landing in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Most popular during the summer months, this place features a boardwalk along the Delaware River with a beachfront atmosphere.

South Street

South Street

South Street, Philadelphia, PA

Long known as the edgiest street in Philadelphia, South Street is a melting pot of groups and cultures. Shoppers searching for a statement-making look, visitors hungry for a real Philly cheesesteak and music lovers who want to catch an up-and-coming band all head to South Street in droves.

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