You can follow the wooden brick road on Camac St
Did you know that nestled between 12th and 13th Streets (and Walnut and Locust) is one of the only remaining wooden streets in America? You see back in the 1910s, city planners got the bright idea to pave the streets in Philly using pine and oak blocks in an attempt to lessen the sound of carriage and horse traffic throughout the city. However, like the floor of the house you lived in senior year, a combination of overuse, water damage, and urine (in this case horses) left the streets in terrible shape. Restored in 1997, Camac Street is the only remaining wooden street left in the city (and possibly country).
You could get sent to jail at Veterans Stadium
While it’s always been possible to get arrested at an Eagles game, nowadays you will have to leave the stadium (and probably do some time in the drunk tank) before getting your sentence. But back in the late '90s, the Vet had its own justice system: Eagles Court. Probably more notorious than anything else, particularly “spirited” fans could be sentenced mid-game by a sitting municipal judge in the basement of Veterans Stadium. The concept briefly switched to Lincoln Financial with the stadium switch but was dropped with an overall increase in good behavior.