Category: Things To Do

Abington Art Center

Gallery hours: Wed.-Fri. 10 a.m.-5 p.m.; Thurs. until 7 p.m.; Sat. & Sun. 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Free admission: donations requested. Abington Art Center hosts rotating exhibitions for today’s artists in its galleries and its unique...

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Passional Boutique

Passional Boutique is Philadelphia’s premiere destination for real corsets, kilts, shoes, accessories, clubwear, and leather in sizes XS-8XL for both men and women. Ask us about special appointments for personal shopping....

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Allen Edmonds

Founded in 1922, Allen Edmonds Shoe Corporation is a privately-held, U.S. based manufacturer of premium men’s footwear and accessories. Taking shoemaking to the level of an art form, Allen Edmonds footwear is handcrafted...

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Ethnics Furniture

Open 7 days, Monday-Saturday 11-7 and Sunday 11-5. Hidden amongst the numerous antiques galleries on Pine Street, shoppers will find a distinct shop containing one of the best collections of handcrafted teak and mahogany...

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Miller’s Smorgasbord & Bakery

Breakfast: Saturday & Sunday, 7:30am-10:30am Lunch/Dinner: Friday-Sunday from 11:30am Monday-Thusday from 4pm If you miss Miller’s, you miss Lancaster County. The area’s original smorgasbord restaurant now features a new...

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Market Place East

Open: 9:30am-7pm, Mon-Thurs, Fri; until 8pm. Sat 10am-7pm; Sun noon-6pm. Located three blocks east of the Convention Center. Save on designer labels at Ross Dress for Less, Dress Barn & Hi-Style Fashions. Manicures,...

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Jet Wine Bar

Mon- Thu 11am-12am, Fri-Sat 11am-1am, Sun 11-midnight. Jet Wine Bar offers wines from around the world plus a full bar. Stop in for a glass, a bottle, or get a flight…… all from our Global Vineyard. To accentuate the wine, we...

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New Hope & Ivyland Railroad

Open year round with many special events to choose from. The New Hope & Ivyland Railroad, a leading Bucks County attraction, featuring narrated 45 minute, 9 mile round trip excursions through the beautiful countryside aboard...

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Penn’s Cave & Wildlife Park

Penn’s Cave & Wildlife Park America’s only all-water cavern & wildlife park are located 18 miles east of State College in Centre Hall, PA. The cavern tour is a guided one-hour tour by motorboat on an underground stream....

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National Liberty Museum

321 Chestnut St. 215/925-2800. Open 10am-5pm daily in the summer. Closed Mondays during the school year. Call for schedule on holidays. Adults $7; Seniors $6; Students $5 or $15 for your family. This unique tribute to freedom...

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Monsoon

11 East 3rd St., Bethlehem, PA 18015. 610/866-6600. Mon-Fri, 10:30am – 6pm; Sat 11am-6pm; Sun 12-5pm. With a renowned collection of original paintings, limited edition serigraphs, and blown glass sculptures, Monsoon is...

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Chestnut Hill

Chestnut Hill, designated by Philadelphia Magazine as Philly’s best Main Street shopping, is fabulous year-round with an amazing selection of dining options too. Only 20 minutes from downtown Philadelphia and easily...

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Downtown Haddonfield, NJ

There are many reasons why Philadelphia Magazine chose Haddonfield as Best Main Street Shopping in the Delaware Valley. Haddonfield is a lovingly-preserved town with a strong history dating back to 1682, A short ride from Center...

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New Hope & Ivyland Railroad

Open year round with many special events to choose from. The New Hope & Ivyland Railroad, a leading Bucks County attraction, featuring narrated 45 minute, 9 mile round trip excursions through the beautiful countryside aboard...

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Pennypacker Mills

Open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday, 1 to 4 p.m. Closed Mondays and holidays. Pennypacker Mills is an historic site located in central Montgomery County that was the home of former PA Governor Samuel W....

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Historic Pottsgrove Manor

Open Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m., Sunday 1 to 4 p.m. Closed Mondays and holidays. Educational and fun programs offered throughout the year. The historic home of John Potts, colonial ironmaster and founder of...

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Philadelphia Open House Tours

April-June. Philadelphia Open House is also offering family-oriented programs. Reservations are required. Tickets range from $10-$85. Call for more information or to request a brochure. Reservations are required. The Friends of...

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Duross & Langel

Duross & Langel are the creators of Philadelphia’s finest natural, hand-made bath and skincare products. These local artisans craft botanicals, essential oils and the finest ingredients to create a signature line of products...

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Spa-East

Spa-East, aka Philadelphia’s local getaway, specializes in massage therapy,manicures and pedicures, gel overlay,facials, and facial peels. The only salon/spa in Philadelphia specializing in minx nails.

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St. Joseph’s Hawks

Saint Joseph’s will team up with a new radio broadcast partner beginning in 2006-07, as the University has reached a multi-year agreement with WFIL 560 AM and WNTP 990 AM to become the flagship stations for Hawk...

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Rosenbach Museum and Library

2008-2010 Delancey Place. 215/732-1600. E-Mail. Tues-Sun 10-5, Wed 10-8. Closed Mondays and National Holidays $8 for adults, $5 for students and seniors. Children under 5 are free. The Rosenbach Museum houses the original...

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Bartrams Garden

Just minutes from the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall and the Betsy Ross House is America’s oldest living botanical garden, a pastoral 18th-century homestead surrounded by the urban bustle of Philadelphia. Highlights...

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Christ Church

Founded in 1695, this has been the spiritual home of many of the Founding Fathers and first families of Society Hill. Benjamin Franklin was one of the members here, and it’s probably another place where George Washington...

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Peddler’s Village

Follow the winding brick pathways of the Village throughout the 42 acres of lush landscaping and charming 18th century-style architecture for a unique shopping and dining experience. Peddler’s Village has something for everyone,...

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Duross & Langel

Duross & Langel are the creators of Philadelphia’s finest natural, hand-made bath and skincare products. These local artisans craft botanicals, essential oils and the finest ingredients to create a signature line of products...

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QVC Studio Tour

Lights! Cameras! Shopping! The QVC Studio Tour offers public tours of its vast broadcasting and electronic retailing center, located near West Chester, Pennsylvania. Visitors learn how products are selected and sold live on air...

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Philly Pops

Peter Nero and the Pops have a terrific schedule of old favorites and holiday themes. Outdoors at the Mann Music Center for the summer, indoors at the Kimmel Center for the rest of the season. Schedule.

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Glencairn Museum

Bryn Athyn, PA (about 1 mile from NE Philadelphia). . To make a reservation for a Saturday tour call 215-914-2993.  Open for guided Highlights Tours every Saturday. Groups will leave at 11:00, 11:30, 12:30 and 1:00, with a...

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Khmer Art Gallery

319 N. 11th St.. 215/882-1188, 215/922-6500. Wed., Fr., Sat., 11 a.m.-4 p.m. or by appointment. Step into another culture and visit this fascinating and cavernous gallery just north of Chinatown — in Center City’s burgeoning...

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3rd Street Gallery

58 N. Second St.. 215/625-0993. E-Mail. Business Hours: Wed-Sun, Noon-5pm. Outstanding professional artists’ collective on Second Street presents impressive contemporary art in a variety of media appealing to all...

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Giovanni & Pileggi

Open Tuesday through Saturday. Giovanni Mele and his talented staff cut, color, and style to perfection in this beautifully restored townhouse. Great Lengths hair extensions, Keratin treatment with Collagen, facials, manicures,...

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National Watch Exchange

Our hours are Monday through Friday, 9am-5pm and Saturday 11am – 4pm. We specialize in high-end, pre-owned watches, such as Rolex, Cartier and Breitling. We have 300 watches in stock and offer a one-year...

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Philadelphia Phillies

The Philadelphia Phillies look to get back on the winning track as they re-build their roster with some exciting new players. Lots of excitement off the field too, with cheesesteaks and “Schmitters” at the...

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Brandywine River Museum

US Rt. 1, Chadds Ford. 610/388-2700. We are open every day except Christmas Day 9:30 – 4:30. We are free Sunday mornings until November 20. We will resume Free Sunday Mornings January 15. Admission: Adults $10; Seniors and...

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Aphrodite Gallery

Open Noon – 10pm, 7 days a week. Located on the third floor of Passional Sexploratorium, the Aphrodite Gallery, now in its 7th year, presents exhibitions of Erotic Art in all media from collections around the world. July-Aug:...

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Piazza at Schmidts

North 2nd St, Northern Liberties. Infused with the ideas that helped shape public spaces and communities in Europe, the Piazza was conceived as a center for art and commerce. The 80,000 square foot open Philadelphia landmark...

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Reading Terminal Market

Mon-Sat 8am-6pm. Pennsylvania Dutch Merchants: Wed 8am-3pm, Thu-Sat 8am-5pm. Many of the Market’s restaurants close after 3pm. Through December 2006, open on Sundays. Any Market merchant will validate your parking at the...

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Giovanni & Pileggi

Open Tuesday through Saturday. Giovanni Mele and his talented staff cut, color, and style to perfection in this beautifully restored townhouse. Great Lengths hair extensions, Keratin treatment with Collagen, facials, manicures,...

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Mandell Theater

Mandell Theater is the primary venue for the College of Media Arts and Design’s Department of Performing Arts. It is a proscenium theater with a maximum seating capacity of 424 people and is handicap accessible. Samuel and Ida...

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Relache

Some call it Philadelphia’s premier group for “downtown” new music. Others might say it’s Philadelphia’s only group for modern pieces. In any case, it’s the group that plays, and sometimes...

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Century 21 Department Store

This iconic NYC retailer is now in Philadelphia, a must-see for every shopper. Century 21 is known for offering amazing deals on designer must-haves, from runway-ready labels to essentials for the entire family. You need to stop...

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Miller’s Smorgasbord & Bakery

Breakfast: Saturday & Sunday, 7:30am-10:30am Lunch/Dinner: Friday-Sunday from 11:30am Monday-Thusday from 4pm If you miss Miller’s, you miss Lancaster County. The area’s original smorgasbord restaurant now features a new...

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Penn’s Cave & Wildlife Park

Penn’s Cave & Wildlife Park America’s only all-water cavern & wildlife park are located 18 miles east of State College in Centre Hall, PA. The cavern tour is a guided one-hour tour by motorboat on an underground stream....

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Ride The Ducks

Fun Philadelphia tours always include an exciting ride on one of our amazing land and water duck vehicles. Ride through the historic streets of Old City Philadelphia and down the “hippest street in town” —South Street....

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Helium Comedy Club

Showtimes are every Wed-Sat at 8pm with additional shows at 10:30pm on Fri and Sat only. Tickets can be ordered by calling the club or online at heliumcomedy.com. Need a laugh? Located just 2 blocks from Rittenhouse Square, see...

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Villanova Wildcats

Villanova Ticket Office’s hours of operation are 9:00 AM – 4:30 PM Monday through Friday. The BIG EAST Conference and ESPN have agreed to a pair of six-year contracts that will significantly enhance the league’s...

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Cerulean Arts

1355 Ridge Ave.. 267/514-8647. Gallery Hours: Tues.-Thurs, 10am-6pm; Fri, 10am-7pm; Sat. & Sun, 12pm-6pm. Cerulean Arts’ mission is to cultivate an appreciation for art by holding exhibitions, offering unique decorative and...

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Print Center

1614 Latimer St (between Spruce and Locust Sts). 215/735-6090. E-Mail. Gallery: 11am-5:30pm.Tue-Sat. Free. Founded in 1915, The Print Center is a nonprofit art gallery offering exhibitions in contemporary printmaking and...

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Philadelphia Zoo

Open daily year-round, the zoo is home to more than 1,600 animals including America’s only giant river otters, frolicking polar bears, exotic rain forest animals, reptiles and magnificent birds from around the world.

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Sesame Place

Sesame Street comes to life at Sesame Place through whirling rides, water slides and exciting shows. Dance and sing-a-long with everyone’s favorite furry friends inthe amazing Neighborhood Street Party parade with day and night...

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Sexploratorium

Philadelphia’s resource for quality sexual products. Three stories of merchandise from massage and health basics and men’s tools to fantasy products like restraints, electro-sex equipment and sex furniture (think swings and...

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Barnes Foundation

2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway 215/278-7200 barnesfoundation.org The Barnes Foundation houses one of the finest collections of Post-Impressionist and early Modern paintings, with extensive holdings of works by Renoir, Cezanne,...

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Mütter Museum

19 S 22nd St. 215/563-3737 ext. 242. E-Mail. Mon-Sun, 10am-5pm. All Group tours must be scheduled in advanced at 215/563-3737 ext.293. Adults, $12. Children 6-18, Senior Citizens, and Students, $8. Someone thought it a good idea...

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Adventure Aquarium

Open daily, 9:30am-5pm. Adults, $17.95. Children (2-12), $14.95. Open daily, 9:30am-5pm. Adults, $18.95; Children (2-12) $14.95. (Children under 2 are FREE). Visitors can view the mysterious Shark Rays, touch exotic species from...

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Yards Brewing Company

Brewery tours and tastings available by appointment Mon-Sun. Yards Brewing Company, Philadelphia’s premier brewery, brought the return of cask conditioned ales to Philadelphia in 1994. Yards uses the time-honored principal...

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New Hope

Bucks County has always been the home of a great art community. And when it comes to art, crafts, food, and music by a lazy river, there’s a very good chance you’ll discover quickly why people have always come here,...

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Velvet Lily

Tues – Thurs 12:30 to 7 Friday – Sat 12:30 to 10 pm Sun 12 to 6 pm. Gifts that keep on Giving. Get that special toy for your partner while you are in Philadelphia. The Velvet Lily also has lingerie including something that...

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Wells Fargo Science Park

Located behind The Franklin Institute on 21st Street at Cherry. . 215/448-1200. May-September, seven days a week from 10am-3pm, weather permitting. The Franklin Institute Science Museum and Please Touch Museum have joined forces...

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Michener Art Museum

Once a prison, now a world-class art museum. Housed on the site of once was the Bucks County Jail, the Michener Art Museum is an American art institution dedicated to preserving, interpreting, and exhibiting the art and cultural...

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BalloonRidesDaily.com

World Class Hot Air Balloon Rides every day over Lancaster County Amish farm country, Chester County, Brandywine River Valley, Bucks County, Delaware River Countryside. Hot Air Balloon Ride “Gift Certificates.” The...

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Peter Wentz Farmstead

Open Tuesday through Saturday 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Sunday 1to 4 p.m. for tours. The 1744 Peter Wentz Farmstead is a restored Pennsylvania German family farm in the center of Montgomery County. The 1758 house, farm buildings,...

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Mineralistic

Open 7 days a week. ATM and all major credit cards accepted. An enchanting store that offers a memorable experience. Delight your whimsy with an unusual array of interesting home decor and gifts. These fascinating collections...

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Kimmel Center

Call Center open daily from 9am-8pm at 215/893-1999, or online anytime. Gift certificates available. 300 S Broad St. New home of the Philadelphia Orchestra, Philly Pops, many other resident companies. Verizon Hall seats 2,500;...

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Old Pine Street Graveyard

Open daily 9am-5pm. Private tours available with 24 hour notice. Established in 1764. Filled up by the 1830s. See fluttering 13-star flags on graves of 121 Revolutionary War Soldiers and Patriots. Photo-ops galore! The site of...

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Strasburg Railroad

Plan a day trip your family will never forget. Take a journey through Pennsylvania Dutch Country aboard America’s oldest short-line railroad. See breathtaking scenery and working Amish farms. Back at the station, ride on our...

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Boathouse Row

There are private, public, and school sculling events throughout the year. Boathouse Row, Kelly Drive, along the Schuykill River. Note: Many of the regattas result in a minor detour off Kelly Drive into Fairmount Park for a few...

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Science History Institute

315 Chestnut Street. 215-925-2222 sciencehistory.org   Science is all around us: it’s in the water we drink, the air we breathe, and the earth beneath our feet. Visit and explore the amazing successes, astonishing...

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Longwood Gardens

Rt. 1, Kennett Square PA 19348-0501. 610/388-1000. Open daily 9 am-6 pm. year ’round. Adults: $16. Seniors (ages 62+): $14. Students (ages 5-22): $6. Children age 4 and under: Free Longwood Gardens is a jewel situated in...

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Rodin Museum

22nd St & Ben Franklin Pkwy. 215/763-8100. Tues-Sun, 10am-5pm. A contribution of $3 per person is suggested. Considered the greatest collection of Auguste Rodin sculptures outside of Paris.

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ArtJaz Gallery

53 N. 2nd Street. 215-922-4800. E-Mail. Wed-Sat 11am-5pm or by appointment. ArtJaz Gallery was established in 1999 in the historic district of Old City Philadelphia to cultivate the works of emerging and career artists of color....

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Arthur Ross Gallery

220 S. 34th St. 215/898-2083. Tues-Fri 10-5; Sat & Sun 12-5 Housed in a National Landmark Building, the Arthur Ross Gallery, now in its 25th year, presents exhibitions in all media from antiquity to contemporary times from...

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Vivant Art Gallery

60 N 2nd St. (215) 922-6584. E-Mail. An art gallery in the heart of Old City Philadelphia, specializing in Haitian paintings, Contemporary West African and Balinese masks and hand-painted Caribbean pottery and ceramics. The art...

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Brandywine Workshop

730 S. Broad St.. 215/546-3675. Brandywine Workshop is dedicated to the creation, development and promotion of printmaking as a fine art, creating opportunities for culturally diverse ethnic groups to participate in the fine...

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MCGOPA

At SPP Galleries, The Inquirer Building, Routes 23 & 320, Conshohocken, PA. 610/292-6048. Free and open to the public. FREE – OPEN DAILY (Representative present: 11am-1pm; Mondays & Fridays). The Montgomery County Guild...

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Avenue of the Arts, Inc.

The Avenue of the Arts is the longest, widest, busiest street in the region and operates at street level and underground. It unifies a wide range of different neighborhoods, and bridges both the historic and the new. Moreover,...

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Mummers Museum

1100 South 2nd Street (2nd and Washington). 215/336-3050. E-Mail. Museum hours: October through April: Tuesday-Saturday 9:30am-4:30pm, Sunday noon-4:30pm; May through September: Tuesday 9:30am-9:30pm, Wednesday-Saturday...

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Penthouse Club

Welcome to the Penthouse Club Philly, “Where the Magazine Comes to Life.” The Penthouse Club Philadelphia has an atmosphere that boasts innovative design and unique architecture which creates Philadelphia’s only premiere...

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Kelly Drive

Walk, jog, bike, fish, play basketball, walk your ferret, have a picnic. It starts up in East Falls, behind the Art Museum, and runs for miles along the Schuylkill River. And now the path has been extended down to South Street....

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Philadelphia Museum of Art

26th & Ben Franklin Pkwy. 215/763-8100 or 684-7500. Tues-Sun, 10am-5pm. Fri until 8:45pm. Closed Mondays and legal holidays. Adults $20. Seniors (65+) $18, students with ID & youth ages 13-18 $14. Children 12 and under...

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Eastern State Penitentiary

This 19th-century landmark was once the most famous and expensive prison in the world, but stands today in ruin, a haunting world of crumbling cellblocks. Former inmates include bank robber Willie Sutton and Al Capone. Tour...

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Independence National Park

Visit the famous historic area of Philadelphia, featuring renowned landmarks such as Independence Hall and The Liberty Bell. Just opened: The National Constitution Center. Start your tour at the Visitors Center, 6th and Market...

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Morris Arboretum

Open all year, except for Thanksgiving, Christmas Eve, Christmas Day, and New Year’s Day. April through October: 10am-4pm weekdays, November through March: 10 a.m. – 4 p.m. every day. Thursdays in June through early...

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Tu Belleza Studio

Tu Belleza is a beautiful little studio nestled in the heart of Northern Liberties. In an elegant, comfortable atmosphere, the ladies of Tu will transform your look…we specialize in hair extensions, eyelash extensions and...

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TIME

Kitchen open everyday until 1am for late night dining. The menu at TIME Restaurant, Whisky Bar & Tap Room, The Bohemian Absinthe Lounge, is inspired by the old country club, updated with several different cuts of beef, game,...

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Free Library of Philadelphia

1901 Vine St.. 215/686-5322. Once upon a time, people gathered information into bits of paper, and then stored these bits of paper in buildings known and libraries. Things have gotten a bit vague since then, but libraries are...

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Noyes Museum of Art

Lily Lake Road, Oceanville, NJ 08231. 609/652-8848. E-Mail. Tuesday through Saturday, 10 am to 4:30pm; Sunday: noon to 5pm. Members free, General Admission $4, Seniors and Students $3. The Noyes Museum’s permanent collection...

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Haas Gallery

71 Bridge Street, Lambertville, NJ. 609/397-7988. Open Saturday and Sunday 10am-5pm and during the week by chance or appointment. Haas Gallery, an artist-owned gallery and working studio, is a continuous exhibition of Gordon...

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VF Outlet Village

America’s original outlet center, located in Reading, PA, is still America’s favorite! Discover where outlet shopping began. Big Brands! Small Prices! 75 great outlets. Save 20-70% off brand name and designer fashions for your...

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Architecture Walks

The Foundation’s tour program interprets through its public tours and annual lecture series the past, present and future of the Philadelphia region as it is expressed through architecture, urban design, and social history....

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Gallery at Market East

Open Mon-Sat 10am–7pm; Wed & Fri 10am- 8pm; Sun 12pm–5pm. Center City’s largest shopping center is connected to the Pennsylvania Convention Center. Anchored by Big K-Mart and Strawbridge’s, find more than 130 shops, eateries...

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Liberties Walk

While visiting Northern Liberties, take a stroll down Liberties Walk. Before you go to dinner at Sonata (BYOB American Bistro) or Full Plate (BYOB Comfort Food), pamper yourselves with a massage, manicure or pedicure from Spa...

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Italian Market

Tuesday thru Saturday: 9am to 5pm. Sunday: 9am to 2pm. From the makings of travolo freddo to the workings of a ravioli machine, Philadelphia’s Italian Market features more than 100 shops that reflect the Italian heritage...

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Oasis Gentleman’s Club

Open 7 days. Philadelphia’s newest premier gentlemen’s club. Customers select our club for leisure and entertainment because our performers are some of the most beautiful and personable women in the country. Enjoy a great...

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Da Vinci Art Alliance

704 Catharine St.. 215/829-0466. Gallery hours: Sat, Sun, 1-5pm. The Da Vinci Art Alliance was founded in 1931 to serve the needs of fine artists and artisans in the Delaware Valley region. The organization hosts monthly visual...

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Chanticleer Gardens

April 2-October 31, Wed-Sat 10am-5pm. The garden will stay open until 8pm on every Friday May through August. Tours start at 10:30am and 1:30pm every Wednesday, Thursday, and Friday. Tours last about 1-1/2 hours. $5 adult (16...

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Philadelphia Trolley Works

Courtesy shuttle pickup at area hotels begins at 9:30am. The trolley takes you on a memorable trek through Philadelphia’s historic past! Call 215-389-TOUR for more information or to take advantage of our free courtesy...

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City Chateau

Featuring original late 19th and 20th century furniture restored to a contemporary look, along with custom made designer pillows, unique lighting accessories, and interesting artwork. Interior design services available.

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Cheerleaders

Open 7 days from noon until 2am. Welcome to the new, fully renovated Cheerleaders, voted the “Best Gentlemen’s Club in the Northeast” by Ed Publications at the Gentlemen’s Club Expo in Las Vegas. Free parking. Smoker-friendly...

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