Labor Day Weekend In Philadelphia! First Friday, Cannstatter Volksfest German Festival, Made In America Festival, Fireworks and More!

Philadelphia Skyline

'Exciting Labor Day Weekend Fun in Philly' The weekend kicks off with many FREE movies at different locations, First Friday, Havana Nights: A Celebration of Cuban Food & Music at World Live Cafe, The Midway at Blue Cross RiverRink, Parks On Tap, Spruce Street Harbor Park, RiverRink Summerfest and more. During the weekend enjoy Made In America Concert, Cannstatter Volksfest German Festival, Spruce Street Harbor Park, RiverRink Summerfest, the Longwood Gardens’ Main Fountain, the … [Read more...]

Celebrating Independence Weekend With Fireworks, FREE Concerts, Block Parties, FREE Admission To Museums, 1776 Revolutionary War Encampment, Night Market and More!

Happy Independence Weekend in Philadelphia

‘Celebrating American Independence’ What not a better way than to celebrate your 4th of July Weekend right here in Philadelphia, where it all began! Enjoying Independence Day with friends, family and everyone else! There will be free concerts, free admission to museums, the American Revolutionary War re-encampment, the main parade in the historic section of Philadelphia tomorrow, block parties, the spectacular fireworks show above the Philadelphia Museum of Art and much more. The … [Read more...]

Guide to 4th of July in Philadelphia and Wawa Welcome America! Events

WAWA Welcome America events

'Fireworks, Parades, Concerts, Kids Activities & More During Independence Day in Philadelphia' There is not a better place to celebrate Independence Day than in America's Birthplace! The celebration kicks-off with many events and activities prior to 4th of July, all thanks to WAWA Welcome America! The annual WAWA Welcome America Festival starts on June 27 and continues all the way to the incredible fireworks finale over the Philadelphia Museum of Art on July 4! Philadelphians and … [Read more...]

Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Memorial Day Weekend Activities, Historical Activities For Kids, Franklin Institute Mirror Maze Exhibit, Fireworks, HOG Relay, Opening Tap and More!

Memorial Day Weekend In Philadelphia

'Remembering Those Men & Women Who Sacrificed Their Lives For Our Freedom' Are you ready for a long weekend of fun and relaxation? Many people seem to be making plans to go outside the city. Why, when there is so much to do within this awesome City of Philadelphia. Many Philadelphia’s museums and attractions will honor the men and women of military, both past and present, will host Memorial Day events throughout the weekend and on Memorial Day itself. Let’s not forget those men and … [Read more...]

Easter Activities in Philadelphia Area – Egg Hunts, Easter Parade, Brunches and More!

Easter Events in Philadelphia, Celebrating Easter in Philadelphia

'Family Fun With Peter Cottontail' The Easter holiday is fast approaching in the City of Brotherly Love and brings a number of egg hunts, many Easter brunches and dinners, and the chance to hang with Peter Cottontail for those adorable photos. Coincidentally, the furry bunny can be found all throughout the city for everyone's enjoyment. Below are our picks for such Easter activities and events taking place this Saturday and Sunday. Saturday, April 15 Philly Rabbit Run - 5k Run/Walk: Shake … [Read more...]

President’s Day Weekend in Philly ~ FREE Museums and More

National Constitution Center

'Exploring the Principals and Ideas of Our Past Presidents' President's Day, which is on Monday, February 20, starts off with a weekend (February 18-20) of activities and themed events that lead into President's Day itself. It's a time to explore and honor those Presidents such as George Washington, John Adams, Thomas Jefferson, Abraham Lincoln and other Presidents also known as the Commander-in-chief. Enjoy free admission to specific museums, special attractions, special tours, themed … [Read more...]

Exploring the Chinese New Year Celebrations in Chinatown

Chinese New Year in Chinatown Philadelphia

 'Gung Hay Fat Choy! ~ Best Wishes and Congratulations!' The Chinese New Year is an important traditional Chinese Holiday that is celebrated on the first day of the year of the Chinese calendar. In China, the New Year is also known as the Spring Festival and traditionally, the festival was a time to honor deities as well as ancestors. The Chinese New Year celebrations traditionally run from Chinese New Year's Eve, the last day of the last month of the Chinese calendar, to the 15th day … [Read more...]

Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ Philadelphia Home Show, Big Philly Beer Fest, Ben Franklin’s Birthday, Martin Luther King Day and More!

Ice Skating At Rothman Ice Rink

'A Long Holiday Weekend Of Things To Do In Philly' The holiday weekend kicks off with the Philadelphia Home Show, Big Philly Beer Fest, Benjamin Franklin's Birthday Celebration, ice skating at Rothman Ice Rink at Dilworth Park and Blue Cross RiveRink Winterfest and the continuation of Jurassic World: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute. During the weekend enjoy the Philadelphia Home Show, meet & greet Benjamin Franklin, Martha Graham Cracker at National Museum of American Jewish of … [Read more...]

Weekend Things To Do In Philadelphia ~ New Year’s Eve Fireworks, Mummers Parade, The Nutcracker and More!

Things To Do In Philadelphia Philadelphia Fireworks Mummers Parade

'Ringing In The New Year In Philadelphia!' The weekend kicks off with last two days of The Nutcracker, ice skating at Rothman Ice Rink at Dilworth Park and Blue Cross RiveRink Winterfest, the last few days of Electrical Spectacle Holiday Light Show, The Comcast Holiday Spectacular and Macy's Holiday Light Show, the continuation of Jurassic World: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute and the Reading Terminal Market Holiday Railroad. During the weekend enjoy New Year's Eve fireworks, … [Read more...]

Fireworks in Philadelphia on New Year’s Eve

Fireworks at Penn's Landing Philadelphia

'Ringing in the New Year with Family & Friends Philly Style'   What a great way to ring in the 2017 New Year with family and friends, to be watching fireworks in Philadelphia, America's birthplace. Where the second Continental Congress met at Independence Hall and adopted the Declaration of Independence. With so much Philadelphia History surrounding us, could you think of a better place to watch the fireworks. The Fireworks, which is Philadelphia's main attraction on New … [Read more...]