Radisson Hotel Philadelphia Northeast Local Area
Convenient Philadelphia Lodging at our Hotel in Trevose
The Radisson Hotel Philadelphia Northeast's location in historic Bucks County provides easy access to the many things to do in the City of Brotherly Love. The beginnings of United States independence are rooted in the Philadelphia area, and over three centuries later, you can still visit and explore the legacy of American culture, politics and socioeconomic development. Explore historic local area attractions including the Betsy Ross House, the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, all just a short drive from our hotel in Philadelphia.Lodging at the Radisson puts you close to the following attractions:
- Battleship New Jersey (21.6 miles from hotel)
This 45,000-ton military icon earned an astonishing 19 Battle and Campaign stars for exemplary service, making it the most decorated battleship in U.S. history. Some of the tour guides have even served active duty on what they refer to as the "Big J."
Phone: +1 (866) 877-6262
- Betsy Ross House (18.5 miles from hotel)
Also known as the American Flag House, the Betsy Ross House was where the first American flag may have been created. Her workroom, bedrooms and kitchen are all included in a self-guided tour. Betsy Ross died at 84 and is buried underneath the trees in the courtyard.
Phone: +1 (215) 686-1252
- Citizens Bank Park (23.93miles)
Home of Major League Baseball's Philadelphia Phillies, this 43,500-seat ballpark features beautiful views of the Philadelphia skyline.
Phone: +1 (215) 463-1000
- City Hall (19.9 miles from hotel)
City Hall Philadelphia is still the largest municipal building in the United States. With over 14 acres of floor space, the ornate architectural design is a must-see. The tower observatory is still open to the public, offering a beautiful view of the city.
Phone: +1 (215) 686-2840
- Eastern State Penitentiary (20.4 miles)
Once the most expensive building in the US, Eastern State was abandoned in 1971 after 142 years of service. This radical design utilized solitary confinement, which became a model for prison design. The tour includes a restored cell, cellblock, the warden's office, exercise yard and death row.
Phone: +1 (215) 236-3300
- Franklin Mills Mall (3.98 miles)
Mills Means More! More stores. More brands. More savings. More fun.
Phone: +1 (215) 632-1500
- Independence Hall (19.1 miles from hotel)
The Assembly Room has been restored as it was during the Constitutional Convention. Visit and see the original inkstand used to sign the Declaration and an original draft of the Constitution of the United States.
Phone: +1 (215) 965-2305
- Liberty Bell Center (19.1 miles from hotel)
Come visit the Liberty Bell's new resting spot. Originally hung in the tower of the Pennsylvania State House, it was once rung to gather colonists to hear the first public reading of the Declaration of Independence.
- Lincoln Financial Field (23.94 miles)
Cheer on the Philadelphia Eagles at Lincoln Financial Field.
Phone: +1 (215) 463-5500
- Masonic Temple (19.7 miles from hotel)
The Masonic Temple was constructed over a period of five years. Completed in 1873, the final bill was $1.6 million dollars. Freemasonry is the oldest continuously existing fraternal organization in the world.
Phone: +1 (215) 988-1900
- National Constitution Center (18.7 miles from hotel)
Visit the home of our nation's most important four-page document. The National Constitution Center is a massive building filled with artifacts, exhibits and interactive displays. An original copy of the Constitution is on display here.
Phone: +1 (215) 409-6600
- Parx Casino (1.94 miles)
Parx Casino features 24-hour gaming, 3,500 slot machines, 140 live table games, a premier poker room with 60 poker tables, live racing and simulcast action, delicious dining options, bars, one of the hottest nightclubs around and more.
Phone: +1 (888)-588-PARX
- Peddlers Village (20.97 miles)
Discover a historic Bucks County village with charming colonial-style buildings, award winning gardens, distinctive Bucks County shopping and much more.
Phone: +1 (215) 794-4000
- Penn's Landing (19.67 miles)
Named for the founder of Pennsylvania, William Penn, this riverfront area hosts several special events.
Phone: +1 (215) 928-8801
- Pennsylvania Convention Center (19.12 miles)
The Pennsylvania Convention Center hosts a number of large conventions and events throughout the year.
Phone: +1 (215) 418-4700
- Please Touch Museum (17.98 miles)
Please Touch Museum is the country's first museum designed for children ages seven and younger. Please Touch is home to nine interactive exhibits including Barnyard Babies, Move It! and The Supermarket.
Phone: +1 (215) 581-3181
- Sesame Place (8 miles)
Visit Sesame Place where you can experience Sesame Street together through whirling rides, water slides, colorful shows and furry friends.
Phone: +1 (215) 752-7070
- Washington Crossing Historic Park (20.5 miles from hotel)
Here, on Christmas night 1776, General George Washington and his troops crossed the Delaware River in an attempt to surprise the British troops in Trenton. The park has been preserved as both a historic and nature area.
Phone: +1 (215) 493-4076