Face it — any city worth touring is going to have its tourist traps. Last year, for example, I went to the Canadian side of Niagara falls, and after spending significant time gawking at the falls themselves, I somehow ended up at a Ripley’s Believe It or Not! situated right next to the underwhelming Upside Down House. The kids got a gander at both and BOOM — I’m out $300. That was a bad afternoon.
We want to spare you a similar fate. So for the third post in our Philly Insider Tips series for Shop.org 2015 attendees, we bring you tip #3, Philly tourist traps to avoid. Here we go: