We admit this to be a tourist trap, but it’s worth the history lesson. One of the world’s largest original remaining windjammer sailing ships, the Moshulu also doubles as a floating restaurant. Although the menu is not super kid-friendly (it’s heavy on rich seafood dishes), it’s a fun place to take little for the unique experience of boarding the boat to dine. You can learn about her epic journeys, when she once carried nitrate from Germany and coal from Australia, and since it’s docked in Penn’s Landing, it’s close to other museum ships USS Becuna and USS Olympia.

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