|Monday - Thursday||5PM-9PM|
Since launching in 1904, the Moshulu has travelled the globe working the ports of Europe, South America, Australia, America and Africa. The ship has been used during wartime, has hauled coal and coke, copper ore and nitrate, lumber and grain, and has even been a floating warehouse. She was towed to Philadelphia and opened as a floating restaurant on Philadelphia's Penn's Landing in 1975. After a fire, the ship was restored and reopened in 1994. Today, the Moshulu is the world’s largest four-masted sailing ship still afloat. The Moshulu's private dining rooms and outdoor decks take full advantage of the unparalleled views of the city and waterfront. Patrons can dine under lighted masts either indoors or out on an extensive variety of finely prepared foods.
Columbus Blvd and Lombard Circle.
DAILY RATE: $17
Entry from 8am - 12 midnight
Contact: 215-928-8807 or 267-228-1974
Parking rates are subject to change
Buses, limos, and oversized vehicles are $25