The Best Day Out In Philly

The Best Day Out In Philly

The Best Day Out In Philly

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PhillyPhiladelphia, PA - Whether you are a tourist or a local in Philadelphia, there is always something happening that you can enjoy or something new to explore. Regardless of what your interests are, there is something for everyone in Philadelphia; you just need to know where to look. We have listed below our picks for the best day out in Philly – what would you add?

Catch An Eagles Game

NFL fans are ready for the season and have already started thinking about their NFL picks for sports betting. Now that online sports betting is fully legal in Pennsylvania, there are more ways to get in on the action as a fan and enjoy placing bets without having to make the drive to Atlantic City first. This means that you can continue to enjoy the fun and excitement of Philly while also placing bets on your favorite teams.



Speaking of favorite teams, if you are in Philly, then your favorite NFL team is undoubtedly going to be the Philadelphia Eagles. After winning the 2018 Super Bowl for the first time in the team’s history, the Philadelphia Eagles have skyrocketed in fame and become a major underdog fan favorite across the East Coast.

You can catch a game at the Lincoln Financial Field, one of the top-ranked stadiums in Pennsylvania, or watch the game from the comfort of one of the top-rated bars that are located close by the stadium and in the sports district. Some of these bars include Five Iron Golf, Sports & Social Philly, Chickie’s & Pete’s, Nitty’s Tavern or Stokes Sports Bar, all of which will give you a sense of the real Philly spirit.



Sample The Local Delicacies

Regardless of whether you are a tourist or you want to be a tourist for a day in your own city, you need to try out some of the amazing food in Philadelphia. Of course, Philly is famous for its cheesesteaks, which you can get at classic spots such as Pat’s King of Steaks, Geno’s Steaks, Tony Luke’s, Jim’s Steaks, or Max’s Steaks, but there is a lot more to the Philly food scene than just cheesesteaks.

Other classic foods include the hoagie, roast pork sandwiches, Philly soft pretzels, water ice, Tastykakes, tomato pie, and scrapple. You may not have heard of these, but they are no less iconic (or delicious!) than the famous cheesesteaks.



The vegans in your group will also find much to enjoy at classic spots such as The Tasty, Vedge, Monster Vegan, Charlie was a Sinner and Primary Plant Based. There is truly something for everyone here, and no one will feel left out or that they need to order the plain French fries to get through dinner.

Check Out Philadelphia’s Natural Beauty

Believe it or not, Philly is also a town with a great deal of natural beauty just waiting to be discovered and enjoyed. There are several parks in the city for you to enjoy, including Edgar Allan Poe National Historic Site, Fisher Park, Stephen Girard Park and Penn Treaty Park. These are all small yet beautifully curated parks that can be enjoyed while passing through the city for a small break from the hustle and bustle of Philly.

If you are feeling adventurous, you can go for a hike in the famous Grays Ferry Cresent Trail Park or explore the Wissahickon Creek Trailhead. Cyclists will also enjoy the Manayunk Bridge Trail and the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge.

Soak In Some History And Culture

Finally, you may want to spend some time taking in the historical sites of Philly, of which there are many. Of course, you can visit the Liberty Bell and check out the crack that has never been fixed, but there is a lot more to Philly than that. You can also visit Independence Hall, where the US Constitution was adopted, or the Eastern State Penitentiary, which held many of the US’s most famous prisoners.

If you are looking for something artistic, there is also the Philadelphia Museum of Art, which has numerous classical art exhibits. Fans of more modern art styles will also appreciate the Barnes Foundation, which is incredibly unique and compelling, and located in a beautiful area right near the river.

Watch The Sunset

Regardless of how you spend your day, you can watch the sunset over the iconic Philly skyline and reflect on your time in the city. Some of the spots favored by locals include the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Penn’s Landing, and Citizen’s Bank Park.


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