The East State Penitentiary was once the most famous and most expensive prison in the world, but now there are only one shabby, mottled corridors and cells, and those empty guard posts. You can come here to experience the living environment of prisoners whose freedom is restricted, and explore the mysterious structure of the prison. Sometimes there will be some special themed exhibitions here, you can read the official website introduction before visiting.
[Sights Raiders] Detailed address: 2027 Fairmount Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19130 Traffic Raiders: From the Philadelphia Center, you can take bus No. 7 and 48 to 22nd St & Fairmount Av, and get off and walk for 5 minutes to open time: Monday to Sunday 10; 00-17:00, You need to enter early 1 hour before closing. It is recommended to arrive before 16:00 to buy tickets: 14 tickets, 10 students tickets, you need to buy tickets online in advance during the epidemic. The museum will stop working for free. You can play Chinese channels. The ticket to this attraction is included in the Philadelphia Tourist Package: it is also a fantastic and unique touristic experience, built in the Gothic style and open to the public. It was once one of the largest and most expensive public buildings, and although it was sunny when visiting it was a somber feeling, the cage spaces were small and depressing. Every year on Halloween, this place will also be changed to a ghost house. Adventure-loving friends can learn that Halloween activities continue from 9.16 to 11.5. The museum is designed to be free to visit, and the way to bring the guide is interesting, and you can hear the story of the time little tips: walk all the way from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, not far away, about 15 minutes walk, all the way through the various residential areas. This is also a museum-spotted attraction in Philadelphia, the most famous of which is Al Capone's cell. After visiting the Dongzhou Correctional Institution, it is recommended to visit the nearby Philadelphia Art Museum, there are also various museums, art galleries and science museums on both sides of the Park Avenue.