10+ Things To Do For Father’s Day 2016 In Philly

Celebrate Father's Day in Philly with dinner specials, an outing to the ballpark and so much more...

Father’s Day is quickly approaching — it’s this Sunday, June 19 — and Philadelphia is home to a ton of celebrations that celebrate Dad and father figures all around.

This weekend, take him out to the ballgame, enjoy tea in the park or go out for an all-you-can-eat beef dinner. There are plenty of great events to check out this weekend for Father’s Day in Philly.

Read on for fun ideas for celebrating Father’s Day in Philly.

Gary Papa Run

Photo By M. Kennedy for Visit Philadelphia

Help raise money and awareness this Father’s Day at annual Gary Papa Father’s Day Run with a 5K race and one-mile fun run (or walk) benefiting research and and raising awareness for prostate cancer Eakins Oval at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Gary Papa Run

When:Sunday, June 19
Where:Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Cost:$30-$35

www.garypaparun.org

Sunday Supper at The Fat Ham

Kevin Sbraga does it up dad-style at his Southern eatery with a hot chicken Sunday Supper ($30 prix fixe). An optional whiskey pairing selected by bar manager Dan Carr and featuring only PA distillers is $15 for Dads, $20 for other civilians.

Sunday Supper at The Fat Ham

When:Sunday, June 19
Where:The Fat Ham, 3131 Walnut Street
Cost:$30

www.sbragadining.com/fatham

Philadelphia Phillies Game

Citizen's Bank ParkPhoto by M. Kennedy for Visit Philadelphia

Take dad out to the ballgame. The Philadelphia Phillies play the Arizona Diamondbacks at Citizens Bank Park this Sunday, and it’s Father’s Appreciation Day with a giveaway of a red and white Hawaiian shirt.

Philadelphia Phillies Game

When:Sunday, June 19, 1:35 p.m.
Where:Citizens Bank Park, 1 Citizens Bank Way
Cost:From $23

philadelphia.phillies.mlb.com

Father’s Day Tea Ceremony At Shofuso Japanese House and Garden

Quiet contemplation may be just the thing your father needs this Sunday. Visit the Shofuso House for a bowl of matcha tea, a seasonal sweet treat and a traditional ceremony amid the gardens of Fairmount Park.

Father’s Day Tea Ceremony At Shofuso Japanese House and Garden

When:Sunday, June 19; 1p.m. and 2:30 p.m.
Where:Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, Lansdowne Dr & Horticultural Dr, Philadelphia
Cost:$30; $25 for members

www.japanesehouse.org

Father's Day At The Philadelphia Museum of Art

Photo Courtesy Philadelphia Museum of Art

Art-loving dads rejoice! The special events at the Philadelphia Museum of Art include a Members Tour exploring fathers and sons in the collection and A Taste and Tour of Beer History, a trolley tour exploring beer making in early America with a guided tasting with Yards Brewery.

Father's Day At The Philadelphia Museum of Art

When:Sunday, June 19
Where:Philadelphia Museum of Art, 2600 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Cost:$22; $18 for members

www.philamuseum.org

Beef And Ale At Kensington Quarters

Dads and their carnivorous appetites take over the usual restaurant operations at Kensington Quarters, with an all-you-can-eat event that includes a carving station with beef sandwiches, grilled hot dogs and sausages, and picnic sides, plus $4 Yards beers.

Beef And Ale At Kensington Quarters

When:Sunday, June 19, 5-9 p.m.
Where:Kensington Quarters, 1310 Frankford Avenue
Cost:$25

www.kensingtonquarters.com

Father's Day Summer Block Party At The Please Touch Museum

Photo By M. Branscom for Visit Philadelphia

Join the party at the Please Touch Museum. The outdoor event is free with admission and includes a make-your-own obstacle course, stomp rockets, music, card making and dance party. Plus, Pete the Cat will be on hand at noon and 2 p.m.

Father's Day Summer Block Party At The Please Touch Museum

When:Sunday, June 19, noon-2 p.m.
Where:Please Touch Museum, 4231 Avenue of the Republic
Cost:Free with admission to museum

www.pleasetouchmuseum.org

Endless Steak Dinner Garces Trading Company

Bring dad and his empty belly to Garces Trading Company for a spectacular deal: endless prime steak and duck fat fries for a paltry $35 per person.

Endless Steak Dinner Garces Trading Company

When:Sunday, June 19
Where:Garces Trading Company, 1111 Locust Street
Cost:$35

www.garcestradingcompany.com

Free Beer for Dad at City Tap House

Beer geek dads will be overjoyed when you reserve your party’s table for brunch or dinner at City Tap House and receive a free pint of Russian Pliny the Elder.

Free Beer for Dad at City Tap House

When:Sunday, June 19
Where:City Tap House Logan, 2 Logan Square
Cost:Varies

www.citytaphouselogan.com

Free Custard for Dad at Shake Shack

If you have sired a child, stop by any Shake Shack location (Center City; University City; King of Prussia) for a free single cup or cone of frozen custard.

Free Custard for Dad at Shake Shack

When:Sunday, June 19
Where:Shake Shack, 2000 Sansom Street, 160 North Gulph Road, Suite 233; 3200 Chestnut Street
Cost:Free

www.shakeshack.com

Brunch Buffet at Moshulu

Photo By B. Krist for Visit Philadelphia

Brunch with your sweethearts and hearties aboard the Moshulu this Father’s Day as the waterfront restaurant serves a bounteous buffet with surf, turf and veggie options.

Brunch Buffet at Moshulu

When:Sunday, June 19
Where:Moshulu, 401 S. Columbus Boulevard
Cost:$49 for adults; $25 for children

www.moshulu.com

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