Things to Do in Philadelphia

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One of Philadelphia’s newest and most exciting museums showcases Albert C. Barnes’ collection of Post-Impressionist and early Modernist paintings. The... Read More

This always-popular ice skating rink is now a year-round destination: This summer it was reimagined as SummerFest, one of the country's only outdoor... Read More

Tour this massive former prison where Al Capone spent time. Autumn brings the popular Halloween-themed “Terror Behind the Walls” tours. Read More

This one of Philadelphia's five original squares is dedicated to family fun. It features a carousel and Philly-themed mini golf course. Read More

Now in a permanent performance space, FringeArts has gone from an annual festival to a fixture in the Philadelphia cultural scene. Cutting-edge shows... Read More

Start here to explore Philadelphia’s top historic sites and attractions, including Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell, Carpenters’ Hall, and the... Read More

For the last 100 years, this open-air market in South Philadelphia has beckoned the hungry masses with butcher, baker, and cheese stands. The annual... Read More

Meander through over 1,000 acres of gardens, water features, and attractions. Be sure to hit the Orchid House, the Waterlily Display, and the Orangery. Read More

Artist Isaiah Zagar created this awe-inspiring attraction, which takes up half a city block. His mosaic murals repurpose discarded items like tile,... Read More

Not for the weak of stomach, this museum is dedicated to medical oddities and abnormalities. The walls are lined with skulls, organs in jars, and... Read More

Held annually in central Mississippi during the last week in July, the 119-year-old Neshoba County Fair is a study in Americana: there are harness races... Read More

In a state known for antiquated alcohol laws, this is one of the first liquor producers around that is allowed to offer tours and tastings. Guides take... Read More

Grab a slice and wander through the "largest collection of pizza memorabilia in the world,” as certified by Guinness Book of World Records. Exhibits... Read More

This hands-on learning museum is perfect for a family outing. Playing is encouraged throughout the two floors of exhibits, as is touching, smelling and... Read More

Since 1892 this indoor farmers market has featured stall after stall of fresh produce, meat, seafood, and take-away meals. Today, the market's over 80... Read More

Stroll through the largest collection (outside of Paris) of sculptor Auguste Rodin’s work in a formal garden and museum. Free. Read More

This new boardwalk, perched over the Schuylkill River (between Center City and University City), juts out as far as 50 feet from the shore and offers... Read More

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