PHILADELPHIA !!!!!!!!!!!!

Right again! You're on a roll now!!

Independence Hall is one of Philadelphia's most important landmarks. It is located on Chestnut Street between 4th and 5th Streets and was built between 1732-56. This hand-colored engraving of Independence Hall, by P. Fumagalli, can be found at the American Philosophical Society, located very close to Independence Hall. Tell me more about this image and others at the American Philosophical Society!!!

You're now at position #2 on your tour through Philadelphia! Find your location on the map below at stop #2 in blue. To back to any stops along the way, just click the colored dot of the place you want to go.

It's time to keep moving now and find your way to stop #3 in yellow. Pick the correct location from the choices below by matching the address to the yellow dot on the map: (HINT!: Naturally, this answer will be scientific).

1. The Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, 10th St. between Walnut and Chestnut Sts.

2. Academy of Natural Sciences, 12th St. between Chestnut and Walnut Sts.

3. The University of Pennsylvania, 9th St. between Chestnut and Walnut Sts.

4. The Merchant Bank of Philadelphia, 3rd and Walnut Sts.