Philadelphia, PA - Philly For the Entire Family, The Please Touch Museum is situated inside Memorial Hall in Fairmount Park, constructed during the l876 Centennial Exhibition. It offers kiddies a fun learning experience using interactive exhibitions, a renovated old-fashioned carousel, along with innovative art spaces and featured theater productions.
Parents and kids really enjoy the summertime Rock ‘n’ Roar concert events at the Philadelphia Zoo. Children of all ages have fun dancing to local performers while hearing to the sounds of the zoo’s incredible animal kingdom.
Yet another family activity in Philly is Once Upon A Nation, where young ones can receive a story flag from any storytelling bench at the 13 unique locations. The benches are manned by costumed interpreters that capture the kids’ interest in an amusing way by using historical facts as well as telling stories about the founding of our country.
Philly offers one of the best food scenes in the country, and the city's trademark cheesesteak sandwiches tend to be perfect for on-the-go families. The Reading Terminal Market offers a variety of local specialties provided by more than 80 merchants. And, in South Philly, the 9th Street Italian Market happens to be America’s oldest open-air market and featured in the Rock movies.
Philadelphia Le Dîner en Blanc 2019 at Boathouse Row - More than 6,000 guests descended upon the iconic Philadelphia Boathouse Row for the 8th Philadelphia Le Dîner en Blanc 2019. Marking the eighth year in a row for The City of Brotherly Love and the most massive Dîner en Blanc gathering in the country so far this year as guest explored one of the city's most iconic landmarks while mingling among fellow Philadelphians dining.
Philly's 5th Annual Bourbon Bash - Bank and Bourbon hosted the 5th annual Bourbon Bash was held Monday night at the Loews Hotels’ beautiful Bank & Bourbon venue. Its crisp, modern atmosphere was quite a relaxing place to host such a great event.
The Grande Salle at The Met Philadelphia - The Grande Salle at The Met Philadelphia is a magnificently renovated 3,400-square-foot trendy lounge area, opened on April 3 for pre-event and post-event socialization as well as private occasions. The Grande Salle consists of a 360-degree, marble, bar-top in the middle of the room, in addition to waiter/waitress service in which guests may dine on high top tables or even booths.