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  • FOURTEEN: A Theatrical Performance

    Today

    9:30 am EST

    National Constitution Center

    FOURTEEN: A Theatrical Performance

    National Constitution Center

    FOURTEEN: A Theatrical Performance
    Visitors can experience FOURTEEN, a moving theatrical performance that sheds light on the Reconstruction era and the ratification of the 14th Amendment. Through a dramatic interpretation of original texts, such as Frederick Douglass’s open letter “To My Old Master,” the 35-minute performance brings to life the leaders, influential figures, and everyday Americans who were central to the era.

  • Sensory Friendly Day

    Today

    9:30 am EST

    National Constitution Center

    Sensory Friendly Day

    National Constitution Center

    Sensory Friendly Day
    The National Constitution Center offers Sensory-Friendly Days throughout the year to create an accessible learning experience for people of all abilities and their families. Sensory-Friendly Days at the Center incorporate a variety of programs and learning techniques developed for visitors with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

  • African American History Month

    Today

    9:30 am EST

    National Constitution Center

    African American History Month

    National Constitution Center

    African American History Month
    February 2020 marks the 150th anniversary of the 15th Amendment, which said the right to vote could not be denied based on race. The National Constitution Center will honor that milestone all month long with special educational programs and performances in conjunction with the new Civil War and Reconstruction exhibit, including “The Road to Freedom” show, the “Four Harriets” program, and theatrical performances of Frances E. W. Harper: The Great Problem to Be Solved and FOURTEEN.

  • The Road to Freedom: The Story of Slavery in America Program

    Today

    9:30 am EST

    National Constitution Center

    The Road to Freedom: The Story of Slavery in America Program

    National Constitution Center

    The Road to Freedom: The Story of Slavery in America Program
    This interactive program explores the story of slavery in the United States through a constitutional lens, taking visitors on a journey from the time of the Constitutional Convention to the start of the Civil War. It will spotlight historical figures—like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Ona Judge, Angelina Grimke, Harriet Tubman, William Still, and Abraham Lincoln—and key events—such as the Missouri Compromise, and the Compromise of 1850.

  • Books and Beasts

    Today

    10:30 AM EST

    Elmwood Park Zoo

    Books and Beasts

    Elmwood Park Zoo

    Books and Beasts
    Enjoy storytime with the education staff featuring stories about different animals every second and fourth Monday of the month. Guests will also get the chance to meet one of the animal ambassadors. While walk-ins are welcome, pre-registration is encouraged to give a headcount to help the staff prepare. Books are chosen for ages 6 years and under, but all ages are allowed to join.

  • Musical History Tours

    Today

    10:30 am EST

    Musical History Tours

    Musical History Tours

    Musical History Tours

    Musical History Tours
    This two-hour tour spans the city and gives you a full guide to the rich musical history of Philadelphia. Not only will you be able to see the sights but the tour will be accompanied by video clips and a great musical soundtrack to enhance your tour experience.

  • African Penguin Feeding

    Today

    11:15 AM EST

    Adventure Aquarium

    African Penguin Feeding

    Adventure Aquarium

    African Penguin Feeding
    Head outside to watch the biologists feed their largest-ever African penguin colony. Members of the birds and mammals team are ready with a lot of information and plenty of fish.

  • Meet the Divers

    Today

    11:30 AM EST

    Adventure Aquarium

    Meet the Divers

    Adventure Aquarium

    Meet the Divers
    Meet members of the dive team and learn about their experiences as they use a special mask to talk while underwater.

  • Happy Hour

    Today

    4:00 pm EST

    Hard Rock Cafe - Philadelphia

    Happy Hour

    Hard Rock Cafe - Philadelphia

    Happy Hour
    Join Hard Rock Cafe for Happy Hour every Monday - Friday from 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM. Draft beer is $4, the house wine is $5, and mixed drinks are $5. 

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About The Area

Welcome to Philadelphia - the cradle of liberty and the City of Brotherly Love. You'll find no shortage of fun things to do in this city - from the historic to the modern.

Philly is a sports fanatic's dream an...MORE

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  • FOURTEEN: A Theatrical Performance

    Today

    9:30 am EST

    National Constitution Center

    FOURTEEN: A Theatrical Performance

    National Constitution Center

    FOURTEEN: A Theatrical Performance
    Visitors can experience FOURTEEN, a moving theatrical performance that sheds light on the Reconstruction era and the ratification of the 14th Amendment. Through a dramatic interpretation of original texts, such as Frederick Douglass’s open letter “To My Old Master,” the 35-minute performance brings to life the leaders, influential figures, and everyday Americans who were central to the era.

  • Sensory Friendly Day

    Today

    9:30 am EST

    National Constitution Center

    Sensory Friendly Day

    National Constitution Center

    Sensory Friendly Day
    The National Constitution Center offers Sensory-Friendly Days throughout the year to create an accessible learning experience for people of all abilities and their families. Sensory-Friendly Days at the Center incorporate a variety of programs and learning techniques developed for visitors with Autism Spectrum Disorder.

  • African American History Month

    Today

    9:30 am EST

    National Constitution Center

    African American History Month

    National Constitution Center

    African American History Month
    February 2020 marks the 150th anniversary of the 15th Amendment, which said the right to vote could not be denied based on race. The National Constitution Center will honor that milestone all month long with special educational programs and performances in conjunction with the new Civil War and Reconstruction exhibit, including “The Road to Freedom” show, the “Four Harriets” program, and theatrical performances of Frances E. W. Harper: The Great Problem to Be Solved and FOURTEEN.

  • The Road to Freedom: The Story of Slavery in America Program

    Today

    9:30 am EST

    National Constitution Center

    The Road to Freedom: The Story of Slavery in America Program

    National Constitution Center

    The Road to Freedom: The Story of Slavery in America Program
    This interactive program explores the story of slavery in the United States through a constitutional lens, taking visitors on a journey from the time of the Constitutional Convention to the start of the Civil War. It will spotlight historical figures—like George Washington, Thomas Jefferson, Ona Judge, Angelina Grimke, Harriet Tubman, William Still, and Abraham Lincoln—and key events—such as the Missouri Compromise, and the Compromise of 1850.

  • Books and Beasts

    Today

    10:30 AM EST

    Elmwood Park Zoo

    Books and Beasts

    Elmwood Park Zoo

    Books and Beasts
    Enjoy storytime with the education staff featuring stories about different animals every second and fourth Monday of the month. Guests will also get the chance to meet one of the animal ambassadors. While walk-ins are welcome, pre-registration is encouraged to give a headcount to help the staff prepare. Books are chosen for ages 6 years and under, but all ages are allowed to join.

  • Musical History Tours

    Today

    10:30 am EST

    Musical History Tours

    Musical History Tours

    Musical History Tours

    Musical History Tours
    This two-hour tour spans the city and gives you a full guide to the rich musical history of Philadelphia. Not only will you be able to see the sights but the tour will be accompanied by video clips and a great musical soundtrack to enhance your tour experience.

  • African Penguin Feeding

    Today

    11:15 AM EST

    Adventure Aquarium

    African Penguin Feeding

    Adventure Aquarium

    African Penguin Feeding
    Head outside to watch the biologists feed their largest-ever African penguin colony. Members of the birds and mammals team are ready with a lot of information and plenty of fish.

  • Meet the Divers

    Today

    11:30 AM EST

    Adventure Aquarium

    Meet the Divers

    Adventure Aquarium

    Meet the Divers
    Meet members of the dive team and learn about their experiences as they use a special mask to talk while underwater.

  • Happy Hour

    Today

    4:00 pm EST

    Hard Rock Cafe - Philadelphia

    Happy Hour

    Hard Rock Cafe - Philadelphia

    Happy Hour
    Join Hard Rock Cafe for Happy Hour every Monday - Friday from 4:00 PM - 7:00 PM. Draft beer is $4, the house wine is $5, and mixed drinks are $5. 

Show more

About The Area

Welcome to Philadelphia - the cradle of liberty and the City of Brotherly Love. You'll find no shortage of fun things to do in this city - from the historic to the modern.

Philly is a sports fanatic's dream and a foodie's paradise. With several teams like the 76'ers, Phillies, Eagles, and Flyers creating a lot of action, you can easily catch a game no matter the season. After you've been athletically inspired, head to the Rocky Statue and run the stairs like Stallone (and every other tourist there).

Philadelphia isn't just a sports town, there's plenty of arts and culture. From art museums to eclectic neighborhoods like South Street and Society Hill, you'll get your fill of the creative. For family fun, be sure to bring the kids to the Please Touch Museum and the Philadelphia Zoo. Afterwards, don't forget to stop and eat one of the famous cheesesteaks.

Adventurers and history buffs will jump at the chance to take a guided tour of Eastern State Penitentiary, which housed the infamous “Scarface” Al Capone. Or there’s the Grim Philly Twilight Tours, which reveal the more provocative side of the City of Brotherly Love.

WHAT'S NEARBY?

Pennsylvania: Pittsburgh

Other States & Provinces: Pennsylvania

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