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Pet-Friendly Hotels in Philadelphia That Have Gone to the Dogs

Sprawling green parks, historic monuments and pet-friendly activities make Philadelphia an animal lover's dream. From iconic destinations like Independence Hall and the famed Rocky museum steps to quintessential experiences such as a piping hot cheesesteak sandwich, there's no shortage of exciting things to see and do. Our cat-friendly and dog-friendly hotels welcome you to explore the city and hang your hat (and leash) after a full day out on the town.

Pet-Friendly Philadelphia Hotels for Cheesy Good Time

To run off some of that endless puppy energy, climb the unmistakable Rocky Steps landmark. 72 giant stone steps pave the way up to the entrance of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Whether you take your time or sprint up, this is a must-see stop while you're in town. Snap a picture with the famed bronze Rocky statue at the bottom of the stairs to commemorate your visit and give your pal a high-paw for checking off a Philly bucket list adventure.

Schuylkill River Dog Run is located along the banks of the Schuylkill River and features grass, water fountains and separate areas for large and smaller pups. Nearby a charming bridge looks down on the park offering spectacular views of the waterfront and the grassy hills below.

Jam-packed with historic sites around every corner, Philadelphia is best seen on foot, and several walking tours guide humans and their pups through the city's most iconic stops. Take a professional or self-guided tour where signage points to the markers of history, complete with facts and details on key landmarks.

The Philadelphia River Walk is another place for Fido to stretch his paws, and this scenic path is nestled between the Schuylkill River and the Delaware River. This recreational path runs from Center City through Valley Forge National Historical Park and ends in Parker Ford. The 30-mile trail is a favorite for locals and visitors alike and perfect for biking, running or walking through the shady trees. Be sure to check out the Schuylkill Banks Boardwalk, a 2,000-foot-long pathway that offers stunning scenic outlooks and unbeatable views of the Philadelphia skyline.

Dog-Friendly Hotels in Philly for Puppy Love

For pups that enjoy art and culture, there's no better place to explore than Philadelphia's Magic Gardens. This whimsical and vibrant museum is a gallery space on South Street. It's the largest work created by famed mosaic artist Isaiah Zagar, and the museum spans three city lots and also has a giant outdoor labyrinth. Take a guided tour, or simply wander through the outdoor sculpture garden with your pup to admire the unique works you'll only find in Philadelphia. A walk through Philly's Passyunk Avenue is the quintessential way to experience the sights and tastes of the city that will get tails wagging. The highly walkable thoroughfare is lined with indie shops, cafes, pubs and cafes. If you're hankering for an authentic world-famous cheesesteak, this is the place to be. Take a picture with your pup at the singing fountain, located at the heart of Passyunk Square, where you'll also find a farmer's market and street fairs. The neighborhood's old-school charm and artist flare make even a quick stroll through the streets unforgettable.

For a step back in time, head to Independence Hall, located inside the Independence National Historical Park, a square mile of canine-friendly grass grounds. While dogs can't go inside the museum or exhibits, you can enjoy the manicured lawns and even see the iconic Liberty Bell through large glass windows. When you've had your fill of food, fun and historical facts, head back to our hotels in Philadelphia that accept pets to rest your head and your paws.

Don't forget to check out our pet-friendly hotels nearby in Camden, Mount Laurel, and King of Prussia

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