Quiz: Only 1 in 50 Philly Locals Can Name These 16 Streets By One Clue

Are you Philly street savvy?

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Warner Bros. Television Distribution
 Jan 17, 2020
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Question: 1/16Pick the correct answer!


Penn and Drexel are located in __________.
Eakins Oval
University City
Chestnut Hill

Question: 2/16Pick the correct answer!


If you're strolling on "our nation's oldest residential street," you're walking on __________.
Elfreth's Alley
Broad Street
High Street

Question: 3/16Pick the correct answer!


Boathouse Row is located on the east side of __________.
Schuylkill
Washington Square
Broad Street

Question: 4/16Pick the correct answer!


What connects Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Camden, New Jersey?
Independence Avenue
Benjamin Franklin Bridge
Washington Square

Question: 5/16Pick the correct answer!


Pat's Steaks and Geno's Steaks are both located at the intersection of __________.
9th and Passyunk
7th and Broad
5th and Independence

Question: 6/16Pick the correct answer!


Philadelphia City Hall is located on __________.
Liberty Lane
Elfreth's Alley
Penn Square

Question: 7/16Pick the correct answer!


__________ is the northern boundary of Chinatown, lined with restaurants, shops, and apartment.
Vine Street
Roosevelt Boulevard
Market Street

Question: 8/16Pick the correct answer!


The Liberty Bell and Independence Hall are located near __________.
Fifth and Market
Fourth and Broad
Second and High

Question: 9/16Pick the correct answer!


What is the section of Broad Street featuring prominent theater and concert halls, including the Academy of Music, called?
Music Lane
Symphony Street
Avenue of the Arts

Question: 10/16Pick the correct answer!


The oldest continuously operating theatre in the United States is on __________.
Independence Ave
Walnut Street
High Street

Question: 11/16Pick the correct answer!


What do Phillies say instead of "downtown"?
Middle Square
Uptown
Center City

Question: 12/16Pick the correct answer!


Society Hill is located in __________.
Center City
University City
Manayunk

Question: 13/16Pick the correct answer!


The Betsy Ross House is located on __________.
Boathouse Row
Fifth Street
Arch Street

Question: 14/16Pick the correct answer!


Penn Center and Franklintown are located in __________.
Manayunk
Logan Square
University City

Question: 15/16Pick the correct answer!


__________ is located on the east side of the Schuylkill.
Boathouse Row
Washington Square
Rittenhouse Square

Question: 16/16Pick the correct answer!


Penn's Landing is a waterfront area in __________.
Rittenhouse Square
Manayunk
Center City
QUIZ BLISS | Quiz Facts

Calling all Philly locals: Here is the perfect opportunity to prove that your knowledge of Philadelphia far surpasses any other Philadelphian's (or wannabe Philadelphian's) knowledge of The City of Brotherly Love. Everyone likes to consider himself or herself a real local of popular cities, especially one as great as Philly, but as soon as you put all the landmarks, streets, and Philly lingo into one sixteen question quiz, it's extremely easy to see who rises up above the rest. Do you think you'll rise above the rest? Well, let's see if any of these street names or lingo are ringing a bell. You should know ALL about Penn and Drexel, Elfreth's Alley, Schuylkill (and how to pronounce it), Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Pat's Steaks and Geno's Steaks, Penn Square, Vine Street, the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall, Avenue of the Arts, Walnut Street, Center City, Society Hill, Arch Street, Logan Square, Boathouse Row, and Penn's Landing... Just to name a FEW of the items and streets that make Philly, Philly. If only a few of these were sounding familiar, or if nothing rang a (liberty) bell at all, then you might want to move right along because odds are you're probably a Philly wannabe or poser. it's okay... not everyone can be from the City of Brotherly Love. If you call a different city or state home, Women.com still has you covered with a plethora of quizzes on other states, cities, regions, and of course, other trivia topics like science, history, grammar, spelling, entertainment movies and television shows and so much more. So go ahead: take a break from your hectic day to prove that you've got what it takes to score 100%!