Whats Happening in Philadelphia

Sept. 28, 2021

Fall in Philadelphia

It’s starting to feel like fall in Greater Philadelphia — and there are plenty of ways to celebrate the season throughout the region this week and weekend.

Kicking off this week: Halloween-themed mini golf (Franklin Square), spooky live science shows (The Franklin Institute) and celebrations of the most colorful season ...

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May 4, 2021

Outdoor Dining

All our favorite places to dine alfresco around Philly right now, just because we want to. Not because we have to.

 

Lola’s Garden
Avram Hornik, the mastermind behind almost every popular open-air restaurant in the city (Morgan’s Pier, Harper’s Garden, all the Parks on Tap pop-ups), is entering the ...

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March 23, 2021

Spring in Your Step

Philadelphia is home to miles of excellent running and biking trails, many of which pass by historic attractions, weave around rivers and wind through parks.

Active types can go on an iconic city jog that ends with a high-five from Rocky Balboa or take a scenic river-to-river route on one ...

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Dec. 29, 2020

Ringing in the new year

Winter classics and inventive dining deals kick off a new week and a new year in Greater Philadelphia.

Though there are no New Year’s Eve fireworks at Penn’s Landing and no Mummers Parade on Broad Street this year (per the City of Philadelphia), there are still plenty of ways ...

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Dec. 22, 2020

Final Weeks of December

The final full week of 2020 brings two big holidays and plenty of chances to support Philadelphia shops and restaurants.

 

Score that perfect last-minute gift at one of the many pop-up shops around the region, including one last chance to visit Christmas Village in Philadelphia. And Friday — Christmas ...

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Nov. 18, 2020

Holidays in the Suburbs

Christmas at Longwood Gardens

Thousands of poinsettias, Christmas trees and flowers transform the heated four-acre Conservatory at Longwood Gardens into a winter wonderland during the popular A Longwood Christmas. Outdoors, 500,000 lights glitter in trees; a whimsical train races around its railway; a shimmering tunnel emits light; and spectacular ...

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Nov. 4, 2020

Holiday Happenings

 

That’s right: The holidays officially kick off with the return of the awesome annual attractions at Dilworth Park — the ice rink, the cabin and the Wintergarden — which are set to welcome guests looking for an early, easy and safe embrace of the season. Additional holiday goings-on start ...

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Oct. 21, 2020

This Week In Philadelphia

Here’s how make it another great autumnal week and weekend in Greater Philadelphia.

First, line up where to eat and drink. Seeing as its Pennsylvania Wine Month, the region’s wineries beckon (especially now that they’re replete with fall foliage). And in the city proper, Black-owned restaurants and Caribbean eateries shine ...

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Sept. 22, 2020

Fall in Philadelphia

Fall in love — for the first time or all over again — with Greater Philadelphia this autumn, which brings gorgeous temperatures, changing leaves and loads of exciting things to explore for 2020.

What would fall be without hayrides, pick-your-own opportunities and spooky adventures? Get into the spirit of the ...

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Sept. 15, 2020

Restaurant Week

Center City Restaurant Week returns this fall with 13 days of dining deals

More than 60 restaurants are participating

 

Center City Sips was canceled this year because of COVID-19, but the super-popular Center City Restaurant Week returns this fall.

It will take place from Sunday, Sept. 13, through Friday, Sept. 25 ...

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