Philadelphia Museum of Art
Running the course is the ultimate sweep through American history, from revolutionary times to the vibrant present day. From Betsy Ross’s house and the Liberty Bell, through gorgeous 19th century Fairmount Park, to the hip districts of University City and Manayunk, the engrossing and beautiful landmarks along the way add a unique flavor to the experience.
The course begins and ends at the Philadelphia Museum of Art on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The Philadelphia Marathon course is relatively flat and offers a view of many historical landmarks that include Independence Hall, the Betsy Ross House and the Liberty Bell. The course travels the streets of Old City on Penn’s Landing, parallel to the Delaware River, along the Schuylkill River and out to Manayunk.The highest elevation in the course is approximately 148 feet. The terrain presents many uphill and downhill challenges for the runners.
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