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Visit Parx Casino aboard our complimentary shuttle

Stay at Radisson Hotel Philadelphia Northeast for proximity to the City of Brotherly Love’s premier attractions, like the Liberty Bell Center, the Betsy Ross House and Penn’s Landing. As an official hotel partner of Sesame Place theme park, we offer a prime location for families seeking kid-friendly entertainment. To visit the 24-hour Parx Casino or go shopping at Philadelphia Mills, take a ride on our hotel’s free shuttle.

Nearby attractions include the following:

  • Parx Casino (2 miles)
    Rated Best Philadelphia Casino by Philadelphia Magazine, this premier destination boasts 200,000 square feet of slot machines, table games and a poker room, as well as on-site dining.
    Phone: +1 (888) 588-7279
  • Philadelphia Mills (4 miles)
    Shop at famous retailers such as Saks Fifth Avenue OFF 5TH and Calvin Klein at Philadelphia Mills, the city’s largest outlet mall. Watch a movie in the theater or dine at any of the on-site restaurants.
    Phone: +1 (215) 632-1500
  • Sesame Place (8 miles)
    Based on the award-winning show Sesame Street®, this kid-focused theme park features shows, roller coasters and water rides. Book a Sesame Place 2017 Package for discounted tickets.
    Phone: +1 (215) 752-7070
  • Please Touch Museum (18 miles)
    Stimulate your child’s senses and bond as a family at Please Touch Museum, an interactive museum designed to encourage play and learning in children ages seven and younger.
    Phone: +1 (215) 581-3181
  • Betsy Ross House (18.5 miles)
    Visit the birthplace of the American flag at the former home of Betsy Ross, located in Historic Philadelphia. Take a self-guided tour and stay for interactive programming.
    Phone: +1 (215) 629-4026
  • National Constitution Center (18.7 miles)
    View an original copy of the Constitution of the United States, one of the nation’s founding documents, and interact with fascinating exhibits that explore the country’s history.
    Phone: +1 (215) 409-6600
  • Independence Hall (19.1 miles)
    Stand in the room where the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution of the United States were both signed with a timed tour at Independence Hall. Admission is free.
    Phone: +1 (215) 965-2305
  • Liberty Bell Center (19.1 miles)
    Get close to the infamous Liberty Bell, a national symbol that has inspired abolitionists, women's suffrage advocates and civil rights leaders, and learn about its timeless message.
    Phone: +1 (215) 965-2305
  • Pennsylvania Convention Center (19.1 miles)
    This convention center features more than one million square feet of space that is regularly home to conferences, tradeshows, business events and more.
    Phone: +1 (215) 418-4700
  • Masonic Temple and Masonic Library & Museum (19.7 miles)
    Philadelphia’s impressive Masonic Temple was constructed in 1873, taking inspiration from an array of ancient architectures. Visit the museum to view more than 30,000 Freemason artifacts.
    Phone: +1 (215) 988-1901
  • Penn's Landing (19.7 miles)
    Travel a half hour away to Penn’s Landing, a beautiful waterfront area that features plenty of restaurants, local attractions and seasonal events.
    Phone: +1 (215) 928-8801
  • City Hall (19.9 miles)
    A fine example of Second Empire-style architecture, Philadelphia City Hall is the largest municipal building in the United States. Take in a breathtaking view of the city from the observation deck.
    Phone: +1 (215) 686-1776
  • Eastern State Penitentiary (20.4 miles)
    This grand architectural relic was the world’s first true penitentiary when it opened in 1829. Tour the grounds and see where some of America’s most famous criminals were held.
    Phone: +1 (215) 236-3300
  • Washington Crossing Historic Park (20.5 miles)
    At the 500-acre Washington Crossing Historic Park, you can stand where George Washington once stood before infamously crossing the Delaware River to surprise British troops in 1776.
    Phone: +1 (215) 493-4076
  • Peddler's Village (20.9 miles)
    Follow the winding brick pathways of Peddler’s Village to experience colonial-style buildings and award-winning gardens while shopping and dining at nearly 70 locations.
    Phone: +1 (215) 794-4000
  • Philadelphia Zoo (21.4 miles)
    Philadelphia Zoo is a world-renowned, 42-acre park that houses more than 1,300 animals. Come see endangered species such as a Panamanian golden frog and a western lowland gorilla.
    Phone: +1 (215) 243-1100
  • Battleship New Jersey (21.6 miles)
    Climb into a 16-inch gun turret and lay down on sailors’ bunks aboard Battleship New Jersey, the country’s most decorated warship that served during WWII and both the Korean and Vietnam wars.
    Phone: +1 (856) 966-1659
  • Citizens Bank Park (23.9 miles)
    This ballpark accommodates more than 43,000 Philadelphia Phillies “phans,” offering city skyline views, a merchandise store and two on-site dining options.
    Phone: +1 (215) 463-1000
  • Lincoln Financial Field (23.9 miles)
    This stadium, referred to as “The Linc” by locals, is the home of the NFL’s Philadelphia Eagles and the Temple Owls of Temple University. It also hosts concerts and events throughout the year.
    Phone: +1 (215) 463-5500