Philadelphia, It's More Than Just Good Cheesesteaks

You've made the trip, you're here and you've tried the famous Philly Cheesesteak, so now what? Well, in addition to attending hundreds of professional seminars, meeting and networking with numerous colleagues, and visiting more than 300 booths showcasing the latest OEHS products and services, attendees can also visit the city's numerous historic sites.

Those seeking to get away for a moment can walk to the nearby Reading Terminal Market. This historic farmers' market is home to Amish specialties, fresh meats, seafood, poultry, and arts and crafts from around the world.

History lovers can visit Independence National Historical Park and see the Liberty Bell or Independence Hall, where the revolution was debated, the Declaration of Independence was signed, and the U.S. Constitution was written. Whatever your profession may be, after walking through Philadelphia, you are sure to leave as a bona fide historian.

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