Five Excellent Summer Attractions In Philly Wrap Up This Week

Last call for beer gardens, hammocks, baseball and more...

With fall officially here, many summer attractions are (sadly) on their way out.

Yet this week brings a dose of unseasonably warm weather and a few remaining days for you to hit up Spruce Street Harbor Park, Parks on Tap and Supper Sessions on the Avenue, each set to close for the season by next Monday or sooner.

Plus, three games on home turf bring one last weekend to cheer on the Phillies!

Soak in the last joys of summer at these fun attractions before it’s too late.

Spruce Street Harbor Park

People hanging out at Spruce Street Harbor Park on a hammockPhoto by J. Fusco for Visit Philadelphia

Sunday is the last day to enjoy the beloved, hammock-filled haven of Spruce Street Harbor Park on the Delaware River waterfront. Be sure to carve out some time this week to hang in its beer garden, enjoy delicious food from its floating restaurant and other eateries and play games — ping pong, shuffleboard and more — along its waterfront boardwalk.

Spruce Street Harbor Park

When:Through October 1
Where:Spruce Street Harbor Park, 301 South Christopher Columbus Boulevard
Cost:Free; Pay as you go for food and drink

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Parks on Tap

Parks On TapPhoto courtesy Fairmount Park Conservancy

This week, Philly's roving beer garden Parks on Tap heads to its 20th — and final — Philadelphia park of the season. Catch it at Powers Park in Port Richmond, where you'll find a wealth of craft beer, barbecue and other beverages being served up in the outdoor space.

Parks on Tap

When:September 27-October 1
Where:Powers Park, 2965 Almond Street
Cost:Pay as you go for food and drink

www.parksontap.com

Supper Sessions on the Avenue

People at Supper Sessions on the Avenue in Mt. Airy in PhiladelphiaPhoto courtesy Mt. Airy USA

This Tuesday marks the last edition of Supper Sessions on the Avenue, a series curated by Mt. Airy USA that's transformed Germantown Avenue into a food-centric corridor each Tuesday in September. Grab a table under the stars and enjoy live music along with a meal from one of the block's nine different restaurants and bars. 

Supper Sessions on the Avenue

When:Tuesday, September 26
Where:7100 Germantown Ave
Cost:Price for food and drink varies by restaurant

www.visitphilly.com

Philadelphia Phillies' Final Games of the Season

Citizens Bank Park at dusk in PhiladelphiaPhoto courtesy Philadelphia Phillies

This week and weekend, the Philadelphia Phillies take on both the Washington Nationals and the New York Mets in their final games of the season, all of which take place on home turf. Head to Citizens Bank Park to catch a ball game before the Phils players hang up their cleats for 2017.

Philadelphia Phillies' Final Games of the Season

When:September 25-October 1 (select dates)
Where:Citizens Bank Park, 1 Citizens Bank Way
Cost:Ticket prices vary

www.mlb.com/phillies

Mohamed Bourouissa: Urban Riders at the Barnes Foundation

Urban RidersPhoto courtesy ADAGP Mohamed Bourouissa. Courtesy the artist and kamel mennour, Paris/London

The Barnes Foundation's special exhibition Mohamed Bourouissa: Urban Riders is in its final days. The North Philly "urban cowboy"-inspired exhibition closes next Monday, October 2. Take note: The Barnes Foundation's First Sunday free admission deal takes place on the Sunday before Urban Riders closes, bringing a last chance to view it for free! 

Mohamed Bourouissa: Urban Riders at the Barnes Foundation

When:Through October 2
Where:Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway
Cost:$25, adults; $23, seniors; $10, student and youth; Free, members; Free for all on October 1 (limited tickets)

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