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 season at socially distanced goings-on like the two-month-long Pumpkinland celebration at Linvilla Orchards, the inventive scarecrow displays at both New Hope’s Peddler’s Village and Northwest Philly’s Morris Arboretum, and the new-for-2020 Night Tours at the eerie Eastern State Penitentiary.

The return of indoor dining to Philly (with proper safety precautions in place) coincides with a number of opportunities to enjoy one or more of the city’s acclaimed restaurants. This fall, save space on your calendar (and in your stomach) for a meal during the uber-popular Center City District Restaurant Week, West Philly’s University City Dining Days or Dine Latino Restaurant Week.

Fall also makes for a great time forge your own path. Looking to hit the road on a regional road trip? We’ve got a guide for that. How about embarking on a self-guided tour? We’ve got a guide for that, too.

Lastly, a couple things to keep in mind when exploring Greater Philadelphia this fall: Remember your mask. Maintain social distance. And plan ahead, as advance reservations or tickets are required at many of the region’s restaurants and museums. Best bet: Look online or call ahead before visiting to get a better sense of what to expect.

Click Here to read about the Fall Events!! 


- Visit Philadelphia