Stay with us for easy access to Sesame Place

Looking for things to do while you're at Radisson Hotel Philadelphia Northeast? As an official hotel partner of Sesame Place theme park, we offer a prime location for families seeking kid-friendly entertainment. After a day at Sesame Place, head down I-95 to downtown Philadelphia, situated just 20 miles from the hotel. You can explore early American culture at the Liberty Bell Center and the Betsy Ross House before cruising the Delaware River at Penn's Landing. In town for a business meeting? After work, you can hop aboard our free weekday shuttle to try your luck at the 24-hour Parx Casino or to shop at Philadelphia Mills.
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Sesame Place

6.97 mi / 11.21 km from the hotel
Based on the award-winning show Sesame Street®, this theme park features live shows, roller coasters and water rides.

Betsy Ross House

14.75 mi / 23.73 km from the hotel
Visit the birthplace of the American flag at the historical home of Betsy Ross, located in the Historic District of Philadelphia. You can take a self-guided audio tour and meet reenactors who make Betsy's story come alive.

Citizens Bank Park

18.03 mi / 29.02 km from the hotel
Show your "phanatic" side along with more than 43,000 Philadelphia Phillies fans at Citizens Bank Park, where you can also take in the city skyline, shop for MLB merchandise and get a behind-the-scenes tour of the stadium.

City Hall

15.3 mi / 24.62 km from the hotel
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.

Eastern State Penitentiary

14.87 mi / 23.93 km from the hotel
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.

Independence Hall

15.1 mi / 24.31 km from the hotel
Stand in the same place where the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were both signed as you explore one of the nation's most treasured sites. Admission is free.