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Courtyard Philadelphia South at The Navy Yard

1001 Intrepid Avenue · Philadelphia, Pennsylvania 19112 USA

Explore Philly's Historic Navy Yard

  • 215-644-9200

Plan a winning stay at our South Philadelphia hotel. From sports fanatics to music lovers, all will find something to cheer about in Philadelphia. Located just a few miles south of historic attractions such as the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.


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Walk to Philadelphia's Top Attractions

Wells Fargo Center (0.5 miles)
Concert venue/home of the Philadelphia Flyers, 76ers and Soul

Lincoln Financial Field

(0.8 miles)
Home of the Philadelphia Eagles

Citizens Bank Park

(1.1 miles)
Home of the Philadelphia Phillies

Xfinity Live (.9 miles)
Premier dining, drinking and event venues

Central Green (0.1 miles)
Urban park across the street from hotel

Franklin Roosevelt Golf Club (1.2 miles)
Popular course near Center City

FDR Park (.6 miles)
Riverfront park

Philadelphia Attractions

University City (6.6 miles)
Events, Art and Culture

Italian Market (5.1 miles)
America's oldest outdoor market

Fuel Up for Fun

Appease your appetite at one of the many unique dining establishments throughout Philly:

  • Di Nic's Pork & Beef
    1511 Kitty Hawk Avenue | (215) 467-7675
    (Open weekdays for breakfast and lunch)
    Don't miss your chance to indulge in a classic, mouthwatering Philly cheesesteak or hoagie at this top-rated joint within walking distance of the hotel.
  • Mercer Cafe
    2619 E Westmoreland Street | (215) 426-2153
    (Open weekdays for breakfast and lunch)
    Hours: 7am - 4pm
    This family owned eatery prides itself on serving dishes made with thoughtfully sourced, fresh ingredients. Enjoy pizzas, salads, breakfast plates and more.
  • Lo Spiedo
    4503 S Broad Street | (215) 282-3184
    (Open for lunch and dinner)
    Grab a group and stop by this chic dining destination near Philly's professional sports venues, and savor farm-fresh salads, wood-grilled meats and refreshing beverages.
  • XFinity Live
    1100 Pattison Avenue | (267) 443-6415
    (Open Monday - Saturday for lunch and dinner)
    Created to accommodate one-of-a-kind happy hours, shows and sports viewing parties, Xfinity Live is home to a number of full-service bars and restaurants.
  • Chickie's and Pete's
    1526 Packer Avenue | (215) 218-0500
    (Open for lunch and dinner)
    Part sports bar, part crab house, this unique restaurant has become a favorite among locals and celebrities alike since its founding in 1977.
  • McFadden's Sports Bar
    1 Citizens Bank Way | (215) 952-0300
    (Open for lunch and dinner)
    Located at Citizens Bank Park, this premier sports bar does not take reservations - so get there early and get the party started!
  • Urban Shop 543
    5000 S Broad Street | (215) 454-5430
    (Open weekdays for lunch)
    Set in the heart of the Navy Yard, this unique restaurant features a wide array of carefully crafted dishes and healthy options for lunch.

See the City

In addition to world-class concert and sporting venues, there is so much to see and do in our historic city! Even if you didn't drive into town, you can easily access attractions via Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority (SEPTA) train rides from nearby AT&T Station.

 

Old Town Tours

Get the behind-the-scenes stories on the City of Brotherly Love as you see the city through a variety of popular tour experiences:

  • Big Bus Tour
    Convenient and affordable, this bus tour offers hop-on, hop-off access at 27 unique stops, allowing you to see the city at your own pace.
  • Philadelphia PHLASH
    At just $5 a day, locals and out-of-town visitors can hop on and off this special bus service, which stops at 22 popular Philadelphia sites.
  • Philadelphia Sightseeing
    A popular way to reach over 100 historic sites throughout the city, this tour features double-decker buses and options for one-, two- or three-day passes.

Historic Hotspots

Walk in the footsteps of those who helped shape the history of America as you explore some of the city's most historic destinations:

  • Liberty Bell
    Inscribed with the iconic words, "Proclaim Liberty Throughout All the Land Unto All the Inhabitants thereof," the Liberty Bell has become a prominent American symbol.
  • Independence Hall
    Step into the room where the Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were both signed as explore this national park site with free admission!
  • Constitution Center
    Brush up on your knowledge of the U.S. Constitution through interactive exhibits and unique programs at this non-profit organization.
  • Philadelphia Mint
    Take a free and self-guided tour of the United States Mint, where you can view actual coin operations and learn interesting facts along the way.
  • Betsy Ross House
    Visit the historic home of Betsy Ross and the birthplace of the American flag as you tour the house, featuring interactive learning opportunities.

Museum Row

See history come to life in our iconic city as you explore incredible gallery collections at nearby museums:

  • Philadelphia Museum of Art
    Before entering this world-class museum, make sure to run the Rocky Steps and pose for a picture under the larger-than-life statue of Rocky Balboa!
  • Barnes Foundation
    Founded in 1922, the Barnes Foundation features more than 2,500 species of trees and other woody plants as well as a fine collection of post-impressionist and early modern paintings.
  • Rodin Museum
    Positioned on Benjamin Franklin Parkway and opened in 1929, this unique museum showcases beautiful gardens and the works of celebrated French sculptor Auguste Rodin.
  • The Franklin Institute
    Featuring unique exhibits including The Science Behind Pixar and Lost Egypt, The Franklin Institute science museum is a leader in the technology industry.

Northern Liberties

This newly revived neighborhood provides quirky shopping and dining experiences and mixed-use complexes that put a new spin on city living. Highlights include Sugarhouse Casino and Yards Brewery.

Rittenhouse Square

A centuries-old square planned by city founder William Penn, Rittenhouse Square is located just blocks from Philadelphia City Hall in the heart of the city. Surrounded by luxury apartments, retail shops, office towers and popular restaurants and bars, the urban oasis is one of the most peaceful parks in Philly. Grab a book, paintbrush or your best friend, and plan a visit today!

Getting Around Town

Flew into town? No worries - exploring the city is a breeze when you take advantage of the area's local transportation options.

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