The Washington Monument Fountain located in Eakins Oval can be seen looking toward the parkway on this foggy sunrise in Philadelphia.

Moving Companies Near Me in Philadelphia

Philadelphia has plenty to explore with its history, arts, culture, food — cheesesteaks — sports, and passion. After all, this is the city known for throwing snowballs at Santa Claus at halftime during a Philadelphia Eagles football game. 

Whether you need moving companies to help you move to Philadelphia, move to another part of the city, or move away from Philadelphia, Moving Help® is here to assist you to make this your smoothest move yet. 

Moving Help Is a Part of U-Haul 

U-Haul and Moving Help are sister companies. The best part is you can get everything you need for your move between U-Haul and Moving Help. 

Do you need moving boxes, a rental truck, or storage containers? Do you need help loading and unloading your items? How about packing and unpacking your belongings? 

Well, you can find everything and more with U-Haul. Then you can hire labor-only moving companies from the Moving Help Marketplace. 

3 Attractions to Visit Philadelphia 

This list was extremely difficult to narrow down because there’s so much to see — old and new — in Philadelphia. We chose three places that we think people will enjoy sightseeing. Of course, you can check out a comprehensive guide to Philadelphia’s museums and attractions to find more must-see attractions. 

  1. Liberty Bell Center 

You might remember the Liberty Bell from the “National Treasure” film. It’s known for having a crack on its side. When visiting, you can hear many stories about the Liberty Bell. Admission is free, and tickets aren’t required. Entrance is on a first-come, first-served basis. 

  1. The African American Museum in Philadelphia 

The African American Museum in Philadelphia was founded in 1976. It “is the first institution built by a major U.S. city to preserve, interpret, and exhibit the heritage and culture of African Americans. 

The museum takes a fresh look at the roles African Americans played in the founding of our nation where you can learn about the history, stories, cultures, and more. Tickets are only $14 for adults. 

  1. Philadelphia Museum of Art 

The Philadelphia Museum of Art is one of the nation’s largest art museums that’ll impress any art enthusiasts. Just outside the museum is the Washington Monument Fountain. 

Less than a mile away from the museum, you can walk to the Rodin Museum and check out a large collection of Rodin’s works. 

Tickets for the Philadelphia Museum of Art can be purchased online. 

Moving Services at Moving Help 

Moving Help has a variety of moving services that can help you with your needs. The following services we offer are: 

Because Moving Help has the largest Marketplace of labor-only moving companies, you can find many price points among Service Providers and read many reviews from different moving companies on the Marketplace. 

Customers can find Philadelphia moving companies on the Moving Help Marketplace who offer two movers for two hours for an average price of $228.12. You can find prices as low as $84 dollars and as high as $700. By booking through the Moving Help Marketplace, you can support small, local businesses in Philly. 

3 Restaurants to Eat in Philadelphia

Philadelphia is known for its culinary cuisine. The No. 1 food item everyone from Philly is proud of having is “the best” cheesesteak. If you want a true and proper cheesesteak, Philadelphia is the place to consume one. 

Of course, we have a cheesesteak restaurant below for you to try, but we also have two other places that we think we’ll suffice your mouth’s palate and taste buds. 

  1. Tommy DiNic’s in Reading Terminal Market 

While you’re exploring the Reading Terminal Market to find a place to eat, you need to check out Tommy DiNic’s. The restaurant is known for its roast pork sandwiches. You also can try out roast beef, Italian pulled pork, and more. 

2. John’s Water Ice 

If you’re looking for a sweet dessert treat during the hot summers, head over to John’s Water Ice to cool you down. They have water ice — don’t say shaved ice or you might get shunned — which comes in a variety of flavors including cherry, pineapple, lemon, and chocolate. 

3. Dalessandro’s Steaks 

The wait is finally over. Head over to the long lines at Dalessandro’s Steaks to devour a delicious Philly Cheesesteak. It’s the perfect combination of ingredients, and some people think it’s the best Philly Cheesesteak in the entire city. 

Honorable mention: If you need another solid choice for cheesesteaks, Tony Luke’s is an excellent option. If you want to skip the cheesesteak and head straight for a hoagie, Primo Hoagies is the place for you. 

Philadelphia’s downtown area can be seen as the sun begins to set down in the background of the city.

Why Moving Help Is Better Than the Competition 

Moving Help is better than the competition for several reasons. 

  • We have the largest Marketplace for labor-only moving companies. 
  • Customers can find a wide range of prices from Service Providers to fit your budget and needs. 
  • Moving Help has more than 2.3 million real, unedited reviews from customers. 
  • Customers can read hundreds to thousands of reviews from customers for each Service Provider. 
  • You’re in control of your items. You have full control of your belongings, and they won’t end up “hostage” from a Service Provider. 
  • You can customize your services with Moving Help to fit your individual needs. 
  • You can choose to work with a single moving company for two locations. You also can choose two moving companies for each location. 
  • Moving Help moving companies know how to unload or load U-Haul truck rentals and U-Box storage containers in a quick and efficient manner. 

Read Moving Help Reviews Yourself 

Why wait to read reviews about Philadelphia moving companies? You can read some reviews right now about what Moving Help customers thought of their Service Providers — the good and the bad — on the Moving Help Marketplace.