Be Together User Conference 2012 Agenda (PDF)

Philadelphia Skyline at Night Philadelphia City Hall Philadelphia Art Museum Crew on the Schuylkill River The American Experience at the Constitution Center Outdoor dining in Center City The Thinker at the Rodin Museum
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Come to Philadelphia

We’re sure you’ll enjoy your time in Philadelphia, one of American’s great cities and the second-largest city on the East Coast. We encourage you to stay and experience some of the numerous local attractions. Here is a short guide to help you plan your nonconference activities:

Independence Hall, where the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were signed. Learn more >>

The Liberty Bell Center, the new home of the Liberty Bell. Learn more >>

Valley Forge National Historical Park, commemorating the site where 2,000 men in George Washington’s army died in the 1777-78 winter while struggling against hunger and disease. Learn more >>

The Franklin Institute, a beloved science museum and also Pennsylvania’s most visited museum. Learn more >>

The National Constitution Center, where displays explore the history of the U.S. Constitution. Learn more >>

Betsy Ross House, the 1740’s home of the seamstress to whom the creation of the American flag has been attributed. Learn more >>

Barnes Foundation, a world-famous collection of French Impressionist and post-Impressionist paintings. Learn more >>

Philadelphia Museum of Art, the third-largest art museum in the country, with impressive collections of Renaissance, Impressionist, American, and Modern art. Learn more >>

The Rocky Statue, in honor of Sylvester Stallone’s fictional movie hero Rocky Balboa. The statue is at the base of the “Rocky Steps” at the Philadelphia Art Museum. Learn more >>

Philadelphia offers a great variety of dining options. Learn more >>>

City tours are also available. Learn more >>>

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