43 hours ago

The Giant Manayunk Arts Festival Takes Over Main Street This Weekend, June 23-24

For visitors who choose to drive, there is limited parking available at lots at 4000 Main Street and Green Lane between Main and Cresson streets.

    The Giant Manayunk Arts Festival Takes Over Main Street This Weekend, June 23-24
    Get ready for two full days of art appreciation, Philly. The Manayunk Arts Festival returns to Main Street in Manayunk for the 29th year on Saturday, June 23 and Sunday, June 24. Nearly 300 artists and crafters set up booths along Main Street between Shurs and Green lanes to sell their goods to around 200,000 collectors, buyers and casual shoppers.
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2 days ago

25 Outstanding Things To Do In Philly This Week, June 18-24

Where:Franklin Square, 200 N. 6th Street

Where:Blue Cross RiverRink, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

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Where:Spruce Street Harbor Park, 301 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:SugarHouse Casino, 1001 N. Delaware Avenue

Where:Gloria Dei Old Swedes Episcopal Church, 916 S. Swanson Street

...m. Nearly two dozen Old City eateries plan to serve their tasty offerings outside on 2nd and Market streets, which will be closed to vehicular traffic. Local bands and dueling pianists provide non...

Where:Various locations including Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar, 10 S. 2nd Street

Where:Dilworth Park, 1 S. 15th Street

Where:Philadelphia's Magic Gardens, 1020 South Street

...day celebration on Friday and Saturday. An evening concert and Historical Ceremony takes place at 600 Market Street on Friday, while a lively parade begins in Center City and ends at a cultural...

Where:American Swedish Historical Museum, 1900 Pattison Avenue

To commemorate the summer solstice, crowds fill the 100 block of N. Mole Street for this free and fun-for-all-ages annual block party and festival. Revelers can...

Where:Lovett Park, 6945 Germantown Avenue

Where:Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad Street

Where:Clark Park, 4300-4398 Baltimore Avenue

Where:Philadelphia Zoo, 3400 W. Girard Avenue

    25 Outstanding Things to Do in Philly this Week
    Old City | Photo by A. Ricketts for Visit Philadelphia Night Market in the Gayborhood, Manayunk Arts Festival, Old City Eats and more... The summer season officially arrives on Thursday (!) with the summer solstice and with it comes a whole week of warm-weather Philly fun.
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5 days ago

Philadelphia Juneteenth Musicfest & Parade Arrives In Center City And The Historic District, June 22-23

Parade-goers should also look out for a flyover (!) honoring veterans as the parade passes 6th and Market streets.

    Philadelphia Juneteenth Musicfest & Parade Arrives in Center City and the Historic District, June 22-23
    Tuesday, June 19 marks the 153rd anniversary of the announcement of the abolition of slavery in the U.S. and, in Philadelphia, a major two-day affair celebrates the day. The Philadelphia Juneteenth Musicfest & Parade, hosted by the Philadelphia Community of Leaders (PCOL), is now in its third year and invites everyone out to honor enslaved ancestors and celebrate African-American freedom.
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6 days ago

Old City Eats Is Back With Happy Hour Deals In Philadelphia’s Historic District All Summer Long

Old City Eats officially kicks off with a neighborhood block party on Thursday, June 21, from 5 to 9 p.m. at 2nd and Market streets.

Where:Locations throughout Old City including Red Owl Tavern, 433 Chestnut Street

    Old City Eats Is Back With Happy Hour Deals In Philadelphia's Historic District All Summer Long
    It's an exciting time to dine out in Old City. The neighborhood best known for its unparalleled historic sites also brims with some of the most-buzzed-about new and established restaurants in town, and Old City Eats gives you a chance to sample many of them at a fraction of the usual cost.
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Jun 13

Your Guide To The Rail Park, Philly’s Game-Changing Elevated Greenway

The section curves southeast from Broad and Noble streets to 11th and Callowhill streets.

The section curves southeast from Broad and Noble streets to 11th and Callowhill streets.

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Entry to the Rail Park is free, with entrances at Broad and Noble streets, 13th and Noble streets and Callowhill Street between 11th and 12th streets.

Phase I’s footprint stretches from Broad and Noble streets, jumps up to the Reading Viaduct overhead and ends above the 1100 block of Callowhill Street.

    Your Guide To The Rail Park, Philly's Game-Changing Elevated Greenway
    The time has come, Philadelphia: The Rail Park is opening. On Thursday, June 14, a quarter-mile stretch of new urban greenspace opens to the public where the Reading Railroad once ran. Thereafter, the awesome new public space welcomes visitors daily into the free and open-to-everyone park.
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Jun 13

Juneteenth Celebration Returns To Historic Germantown With Major Street Fest This Saturday

The fest takes over the 6300 block of Germantown Avenue in Germantown.

A historical presentation of “Germantown Mennonites and the Anti-Slavery Movement” takes place at the Germantown Mennonite Historic Trust, 6133 Germantown Avenue.

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Those traveling from Center City can catch the SEPTA 23 bus at 11th and Market streets to be dropped off at Germantown Avenue and Washington Lane.

Those traveling from Center City can catch the SEPTA 23 bus at 11th and Market streets to be dropped off at Germantown Avenue and Washington Lane.

    Celebrate Juneteenth At Germantown's Big Street Fest This Saturday
    Historic Germantown marks Juneteenth, the oldest nationally celebrated commemoration of the ending of slavery in the U.S., during its Philadelphia Juneteenth Festival this Saturday, June 16. Now in its 12th year, this annual, free festival in Northwest Philly features a day of entertainment and educational activities on Germantown Avenue, including a children's village, a cultural marketplace, historic reenactments, guided historic tours and much more.
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Jun 13

The Biggest Hotel Openings In Philly In 2018 & Beyond

Where:Cambria Hotel Philadelphia Downtown Center City, 219 S. Broad Street

Where:Fairfield Inn & Suites by Marriott Philadelphia Downtown/Center City, 261 S. 13th Street

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Where:Lokal Fishtown, 1421 N. Front Street

Where:Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia, 1 N. 19th Street

Where:MainStay Suites/Ascend Hotel Collection, 917 Arch Street

Where:W Philadelphia and Element Philadelphia, 15th & Chestnut streets

Where:Pod Philly, 31 S. 19th Street

Where:Hyatt Place Philadelphia Airport, 4521 Island Avenue

Where:Le Méridien Philadelphia, 1421 Arch Street

Where:Renaissance Philadelphia Downtown Hotel, 401 Chestnut Street

Where:Sheraton Philadelphia Society Hill Hotel, 1 Dock Street

    The Biggest Hotel Openings In Philly In 2018 & Beyond
    Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia | Image Courtesy Four Seasons Hotel Philadelphia Check out these new hotels in the City of Brotherly Love... Philadelphia's hotel scene just keeps getting better.
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Jun 11

Top 10 Ways To Celebrate July 4th In Philadelphia

Where:U.S. Army Band 'Pershing's Own' Concert & Fireworks, Great Plaza at Penn's Landing, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard; July 4th Fireworks: Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Where:Various locations including the National Constitution Center, 525 Arch Street

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Where:Starts at 5th & Chestnut streets and ends at Front and Chestnut streets

Where:Starts at 5th & Chestnut streets and ends at Front and Chestnut streets

Where:Various locations including Independence Hall, 520 Chestnut Street

Where:Various locations including the Warwick Rittenhouse, 220 S. 17th Street

    Top 10 Ways To Celebrate July 4th In Philadelphia
    July 4th Fireworks | Photo by M. Edlow for Visit Philadelphia Spectacular fireworks, free concerts, free museum admission and more... It wouldn't be the Fourth of July without brilliant fireworks! Philly hosts two impressively huge displays during Wawa Welcome America. The first show lights up the Delaware River waterfront following a free concert by the U.S.
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Jun 11

Don’t Miss The First-Ever Philadelphia Black Restaurant Week, June 10-17

Where:Various locations including Booker's Restaurant & Bar, 5021 Baltimore Avenue

    Don't Miss The First-Ever Philadelphia Black Restaurant Week, June 10-17
    Get ready to feast on flavors from around the world right here in Philadelphia from June 10 to 17 during the city's first-ever Philadelphia Black Restaurant Week. Black Restaurant Week started in Houston in 2016 to foster awareness and education about the black culinary industry.
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Jun 11

27 Fantastic Things To Do In Philly This Week, June 11-17

Where:Betsy Ross House, 239 Arch Street

Where:Various locations including Booker's Restaurant & Bar, 5021 Baltimore Avenue

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Where:Franklin Square, 200 N. 6th Street

Where:Blue Cross RiverRink, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Spruce Street Harbor Park, 301 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad Street

Where:Greensgrow Farms, 2501 E. Cumberland Street

Where:Academy of Music, 240 S. Broad Street

Where:The Rail Park, Broad and Noble streets to 11th and Callowhill streets

Where:The Rail Park, Broad and Noble streets to 11th and Callowhill streets

Where:Laurel Hill Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Avenue

Where:Kickoff Party: Love City Brewing, 1023 Hamilton Street; Art for the Cash Poor: 10th Street from Buttonwood Street to Hamilton Street

Where:The African American Museum, 701 Arch Street

Where:Various locations including Lloyd Hall, 1 Boathouse Row

Where:Dilworth Park, 1 S. 15th Street

Where:Clark Park, 4300-4398 Baltimore Avenue

Where:The Rosenbach, 2008 Delancey Place

Where:Johnson House Historic Site, 6306 Germantown Avenue

Where:The Schmidt's Commons, 1001 N. 2nd Street

Where:Taller Puertorriqueno, 2600 N. 5th Street

Where:Various locations including the Museum of the American Revolution, 101 S. 3rd Street

    27 Fantastic Things To Do In Philly This Week, June 11-17
    The Rail Park | Photo courtesy The Rail Park Grand opening of the Rail Park, the Clark Park Music and Arts Festival, Juneteenth Festival in Germantown and so much more... The Besty Ross House and Historic Philadelphia, Inc. fete the American flag for a full week with Flag Fest 2018.
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Jun 07

13 Fun Ways To Celebrate Pride Month In Philadelphia

Where:Various locations including Boathouse Row, 1 Boathouse Row

Where:Louis I. Kahn Park, 328 S. 11th Street

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Where:Moshulu, 401 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Parade starting point, 13th & Locust streets; Festival, Great Plaza at Penn's Landing, 101 S. Boulevard

Where:Da Vinci Art Alliance, 704 Catharine Street

Where:Lovett Park, 6945 Germantown Avenue

Where:Various locations including the Parkway Central Library, 1901 Vine Street

Where:Various locations including the Prince Theater, 1412 Chestnut Street

    13 Fun Ways To Celebrate Pride Month In Philadelphia
    PrideDay LGBT Parade and Festival | Photo by J. Fusco for Visit Philadelphia How to keep your rainbow flag waving all month long in Philly... In June, cities around the world observe LGBTQ Pride month with weekend-long hooplas that feature lively parades, street festivals and star-studded concerts.
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Jun 07

Immersive Discovery Center Brings 18th-Century Philly To Life At The Museum of the American Revolution

Where:Museum of the American Revolution, 101 S. 3rd Street

    Immersive Discovery Center Brings 18th-Century Philly To Life At The Museum of the American Revolution
    Take a trip back in time and explore what everyday life in Philadelphia was like during the Revolutionary War at Revolution Place, an immersive new discovery center at the Museum of the American Revolution. The permanent interactive space opens on Saturday, June 9 to offer an exciting, hands-on educational experience to visitors of all ages - especially kids ages 5 to 12 and families.
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Jun 06

The Annual Odunde Festival Returns June 10 To Celebrate African Cultures In Philadelphia

The Odunde Festival, which is inspired by Nigerian Yoruba culture and the Yoruba religion, begins at 10 a.m. and commences in earnest with a procession at noon from 23rd & South streets to the Schuylkill River to honor the Yoruba goddess of the river, Oshun, with offerings of fruit and flowers.

From there, festival attendees head back to South Street for the fest, which runs on South Street from 20th Street to 23rd Street and from 23rd & Lombard streets to Grays Ferry Avenue.

    The East Coast's Largest Festival Celebrating African Cultures Returns To Philly This Sunday
    The Odunde Festival, one of the largest celebrations of African cultures in the nation, returns to Philadelphia this Sunday, June 10. Drawing up to 500,000 people each year, the fest - which takes over 10 blocks of Philly's Graduate Hospital neighborhood for its 43rd year - brings together arts and traditions from across the African diaspora.
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Jun 05

Explore A Working Urban Farm Across From City Hall This Summer

Where:Thomas Paine Plaza, 1400 Arch Street

    Explore A Working Urban Farm Across From City Hall This Summer
    Philadelphia's getting a little greener this summer! An interactive public agriculture project, Farm for the City, transforms a concrete public plaza in Center City into a working farm and green space from June 15 to September 30.
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