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Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Opening Weekend For Fun At The Oval, Parks On Tap, Islamic Heritage Festival and More!

Smaller Fountain AT The Washington Monument At The Oval Honoring Eli Kirk Price II

  ‘Exploring Fun In Philadelphia’ The weekend kicks off with the opening of The Oval, University City Dinning Days, The Midway at Blue Cross RiverRink, Parks On Tap, Spruce Street Harbor Park, RiverRink Summerfest, the continuation of American Spirits: The Rise & Fall of Prohibition and more. During the weekend enjoy fun at The Oval,  Islamic Heritage Festival, Spruce Street Harbor Park, RiverRink Summerfest, 40th Street Summer Days, the Longwood Gardens’ Main … [Read more...]

The Oval Asks: “What’s Your Parkway, Philly?” ~ 2017 Summer Fun At Eakins Oval

What's Your Parkway At The Oval

  'Summer Seasonal Fun At The Oval'  Hello summer fun at The Oval, located across from the Philadelphia Museum of Art. For the 5th year, The Oval will transform into a pop-up park and runs July 20 through August 20. This year it will be more about just a fun place to hang outside with games, yoga, beer, music and more. It will also allow visitors to give feedback, a way to tell the city how you feel! This year’s summertime plaza, named The Oval+, because it will now include … [Read more...]

Cool Off At The Philly Ice Cream Scoop Festival At The Reading Terminal Market

Bassett's Ice Cream at Reading Terminal Market

'I Scream, You Scream, We All Scream For Ice Cream At Reading Terminal Market'   Celebrate Philadelphia’s rich ice cream heritage by cooling off  at The Ice Cream Scoop festival July 29 from 10 am to 4 pm at the Reading Terminal Market. The event will bring together local independent ice cream artisans and Reading Terminal merchants for a day of ice cream specials and lots of fun! RTM is the home of Bassett's Ice Cream, a fifth-generation family business and a Philadelphia … [Read more...]

Wonderful Museums in Philadelphia

Museums in Philadelphia - Philadelphia Museum of Art

'Exploring Philly's Exciting Museums' Philadelphia’s museums are anything from small to massive, many with historic stories, some being interactive and others that dare us with the unexpected. We get excited when talking about Philly's Museums and we would think Benjamin Franklin would feel the same if he were to come back to the City of Brotherly Love. List of Philadelphia Museums (Alphabetical Order) Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel The Academy of Natural Sciences of … [Read more...]

Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Bastille Day Festival, Carnival-Like Fun At Penn’s Landing, Parks On Tap At Schuylkill Banks, Lancaster Avenue Jazz Fest and More!

View Of Philadelphia From South Street Bridge

‘Outdoor Fun In Philadelphia’ The weekend kicks off with University City Dinning Days, Hamlet at Laurel Hill Cemetery, The Midway at Blue Cross RiverRink, Parks On Tap, Spruce Street Harbor Park, RiverRink Summerfest, the continuation of American Spirits: The Rise & Fall of Prohibition and more. During the weekend enjoy Bastille Day at Eastern State Penitentiary, Lancaster Avenue Jazz Festival, Bluegrass & Blueberries Festival at Peddler's Village, Spruce Street Harbor Park, … [Read more...]

Weekly Fun Things To Do In Philadelphia All Summer Long

Independence Hall

'Exploring Philadelphia During The Week' There are so many things to do in Philadelphia during the weekend. We bet you didn't know all of the exciting things to do each week in Philadelphia during the summer! Check out our fantastic list! (all events or activities have started now unless noted with start dates) Wednesdays Live at Lunch at Dilworth Park ~ June 21 until July 26 FREE - Every Wednesday from noon to 1:30 pm at Dilworth Park, enjoy musical and performing arts live. Food … [Read more...]

Summer Nights Concert Series at Penn Museum

Summer Nights at Penn Museum

'Relaxing Musical Nights at Penn Museum' What a great way to break up your work week by experiencing soothing international cultural live music on Wednesday nights during the Summer Nights music series held at the Penn Museum. This exuberant musical series begins June 21 and ends September 06, 2017. Get to experience eclectic live music in a laid-back fun atmosphere, to where you can hang out on chairs, benches, stage-front seating, the lawn or just mingle with others while the music plays … [Read more...]

The Philadelphia Wine and Craft Cocktail Festival

Philadelphia Wine and Craft Cocktails Festival

'Indulge Your Taste Buds with Fine Wines & Cocktails!' Calling all wine and craft cocktail lovers! The Philadelphia Wine and Craft Cocktail Festival will take place July 27 at SugarHouse Casino! The Festival will have unlimited samples of wine from over 80 local wineries, cocktails, and perfectly paired lite bites. Guests can listen to some great live acoustic music, sample light food from multiple vendors, all while taking in the fantastic views of the Delaware River. Many wines … [Read more...]

University City Dining Days In University City District Philadelphia

University City District Dining Days

'Exploring Restaurants In University City District With Set Prices' Just as there is Philadelphia Restaurant Week in several areas of Philadelphia, the University City District has their own version called University City Dining Days. University City Dining Days, in its 13th year, is from July 13 to 23. Guests can visit new restaurants they might never have tried or maybe visit one of their favorites, and enjoy pre-fixe three-course dinner specials for one of three different prices; $15, … [Read more...]

Bastille Day in Philadelphia

Bastille Day At Eastern State Penitentiary

'A Long Day Party at Eastern State Penitentiary & Much More' What is Bastille Day? It's a French holiday, which in France, is called La Fête Nationale (The National Celebration). It takes place every year on July 14. This day represents the storming of the Bastille on 14 July 1789; which was a French prison and is seen as a symbol of the uprising of the modern nation that took place back then in Paris, France. Bastille Day, an annual celebration, has become very popular all over … [Read more...]