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The total driving distance from Baltimore, MD to Philadelphia, PA is 106 miles or 171 kilometers.
Your trip begins in Baltimore, Maryland. It ends in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
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According to visitphilly.com, "the paths to understanding American history all converge in Philadelphia and its historic countryside." The historic Independence National Historical Park (INHP) is where you will find the cobblestone streets, historic landmarks, and museums.
When driving from Baltimore to Philadelphia, take I-95 and 676 and it will take you to the park area. Some of the main attractions to visit includes The Liberty Bell Center, Independence Hall, The Franklin Institute, Benjamin Franklin Museum, Philadelphia Museum of Art and National Constitution Center.
Interesting and historic churches to visit include Gloria Dei (the oldest church in Pennsylvania that is linked to the early Swedish settlers), Mother Bethel AME Church, Old Pine Street Presbyterian Church, Bryn Athyn and National Shrine of St. Rita of Cascia.
Parks to visit include Franklin Square and Fairmount Park. If you like to venture outside the city center, check out Longwood Gardens and Valley Forge National Historic Park. Valley Forge is located 20 miles northwest of Philadelphia. Longwood Gardens is located 30 miles from Philadelphia.
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