Philadelphia's Eastern State Penitentiary once housed notorious criminals like Al Capone and Willie Sutton, but today the
massive venue is a museum open to the public. Eastern State Penitentiary is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places
and is also a U.S. National Historic Landmark, and tickets
sell like crazy to live events going off at the venue. Stop by the Eastern State Penitentiary today!
Eastern State Penitentiary opened as a Philadelphia infirmary in the early 1800s, with its Gothic style of architecture
and massive building towering over the land. The penitentiary is closed today, but visitors still flock to Eastern State Penitentiary
to see the former jail. If you haven't yet gotten tickets
to upcoming events at the penitentiary, what are you waiting for? Get yours today and see what's in store at ESP!
Philadelphia's own Eastern State Penitentiary was previously known as one of the country's most renowned penitentiaries
in the country, and the venue still opens its doors for events and tours for visitors around the year. There's plenty to discover
at the Eastern State Penitentiary, so get tickets to an upcoming event at the Philadelphia venue and explore the prison that
held some of the nation's most notorious criminals!