Follow Us
Find Us on Facebook Follow Us on Twitter Subscribe to RSS
 

August 22, 2014

The South Philly Garden Tour Puts The Spotlight On More Than 16 Public And Private Gardens In South Philly, Saturday, September 6

Feast your eyes on some of the most impressive gardens in South Philly at the fourth annual South Philly Garden Tour on Saturday, September 6. The self-guided tours take garden-lovers to more than 16 gardens from 2nd to 10th streets from Fitzwater to Moore streets. The tours take guests through a variety of hidden and […]

Read more»
 

August 19, 2014

Twilight In The Gardens Brings Live Music, Crafts, Tours And BYOB Fun To Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, This Friday, August 22

Explore Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens by nightfall at the South Street attraction’s August edition of its Twilight in the Gardens event. This Friday, August 22 from 7 to 10 p.m., music and art come together for a night of performances, drinks, crafts, tours and more. Groove to live music provided by local band, Jackie Paper, a […]

Read more»
 

June 25, 2014

Art Splash, Kid-Centric Programming, Returns To The Philadelphia Museum Of Art For Summer Vacation, June 27-September 1

For 10-weeks this summer, the Philadelphia Museum of Art invites youngsters to spend their summer vacation within the art museum as it presents its popular family-friendly promotion Art Splash, which returns for its second year beginning this Friday, June 27. Each week, Art Splash spotlights a different influential artwork housed inside of the PMA through […]

Read more»
 

June 5, 2014

Reminder: The Homes Of Elfreth’s Alley Open Their Doors For The Annual Fete Day Festival, This Saturday, June 7

This Saturday, June 7, celebrate one of the historic district’s finest jewels, Elfreth’s Alley, the oldest continually occupied residential street in America, at its annual Fete Day festival. The Elfreth’s Alley Museum, housed within two adjacent homes on the cobblestone street, is the only part of the historic area that is public. But, on Saturday, […]

Read more»
 

May 27, 2014

Save The Date: Fete Day, The Annual Open House Festival, Returns To Elfreth’s Alley, Saturday, June 7

Philadelphia is full of hidden gems. This spring, celebrate one of the historic district’s finest jewels, Elfreth’s Alley, the oldest continually occupied residential street in America. Tucked away in Old City, Elfreth’s Alley welcomes visitors to walk its cobblestones daily. While a modern city has sprung up around it, the Alley preserves three centuries of […]

Read more»
 

May 20, 2014

The Tippler’s Tour Pub Crawl And Independence After Hours Launch For The Summer Season In Historic Philadelphia This Week

Huzzzah! With the return of warm weather comes the return of two evening diversions made for lovers of history and nightlife. Experience the many-layered history of Philadelphia by taking one of Historic Philadelphia’s excellent evening tours: the Tippler’s Tour and Independence After Hours, both of which return for the spring and summer starting this week. […]

Read more»
 

May 16, 2014

The Preservation Alliance Kicks Off Its 2014 Architectural Walking Tour Season With More Than 60 Routes From Queen Village to Conshohocken

With the sun emerging from its loooooong winter hibernation, it’s the perfect time to get out and explore the city. Not sure where to begin? The Preservation Alliance makes it easy as it kicks off its 2014 season of guided architectural walking tours. From Queen Village to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway and beyond, the organization […]

Read more»
 

April 3, 2014

Victory Brewing Company Opens Its New Parkesburg, PA Brewery With Behind-The-Scenes Tours Launching Saturday, April 5

Great things are brewing in Chester County for Victory Brewing Company. Founded in 1996 by childhood friends Bill Covaleski and Ron Barchet, who met on a school bus in 1973, Victory has seen awesome growth thanks to its superb line of brews and the industry rise of craft beer sales. From its humble beginnings brewing […]

Read more»
 

March 26, 2014

Get A Behind-The-Scenes Look At Philadelphia Distilling On Spirits-Fueled Tours Saturday, March 29 And Saturday, April 12

Pennsylvania sure has the spirit(s). With the help of two business partners, master distiller Rob Cassell turned his passion for spirits into Philadelphia Distilling, the first thriving craft distillery in Pennsylvania since Prohibition. In 2006, the company introduced Bluecoat Gin, an award-winning floral spirit. Its recognizable blue-glass bottle has become a solid fixture on the […]

Read more»
 

March 24, 2014

Join In TEDxPhiladelphia With Tours, Free Live Streaming And Public Viewing Parties At Locations Across The City, Friday, March 28

This Friday, March 28, TEDxPhiladelphia arrives at the Temple Performing Arts Center for a sold-out multidisciplinary conference with a city-wide focus. TEDx programming will zero in on Philadelphia’s history and future as”The New Workshop of the World,” celebrating the community of makers, doers, entrepreneurs and artists that make this city a hub for innovation. Throughout […]

Read more»