Thrifty Car Rental –Philadelphia (PHL)
7500 Holstein Avenue
Philadelphia, PA 19153
This historic and famous American city is as fun as it is intellectual. Home to some of the country's Revolutionary War-era attractions, Philadelphia has long been known as one of the most quintessential American cities on the East Coast. This bustling metropolis is home to more than 1.5 million people, making it the fifth-most populated city in the United States - so you'll definitely want a Philadelphia car rental to get you from place to place. Whether you're looking to brush up on your U.S. history, walk through quaint historic streets, enjoy the hustle and bustle of a modern metropolis or admire the city's thriving arts scene, your Philadelphia rental car will have you covered.
Art museums galore
Art lovers will definitely want to drive a Philadelphia rental car over to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. One of the largest museums in the U.S., this renowned art museum features works from notable artists from across the globe. From special exhibits to fascinating art discussions and programs, you'll be so entranced by this museum's many works of art, you won't want to leave. Lovers of romantic French art and sculpture will definitely want to stop at the Rodin Museum, a beautifully designed attraction that showcases the works of Auguste Rodin. Open since 1929, this breathtaking museum will give visitors a newfound respect for sculpted art.
A monument to an innovator
Nostalgic revolutionary artifacts
While you're in Philadelphia, you'll want to drive your Philadelphia car rental to the Franklin Institute. This incredible museum is home to the Franklin National Memorial, which commemorates the life and times of Benjamin Franklin. Exhibits like The Giant Heart, Joel N. Bloom Observatory, The Train Factory, The Franklin Airshow, Electricity and Changing Earth will entertain and amaze both scientists and laymen.
While you're visiting Philadelphia, you will undoubtedly want to visit the city's two most famous attractions: The Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. The Liberty Bell's famous crack is a sight to behold, and informational podcasts will help teach visitors about the history associated with the famous bell. Make sure to visit Independence Hall, where visitors can learn about the history of America's Declaration of Independence from England. After all these historic monuments put life into perspective, you'll discover that you never want to leave this exciting and meaningful city.