Father’s Day in Philadelphia: Dining Deals, Museum Picks, Brewery Tours & More

Free Admission for Dad @ the Please Touch Museum, Free Brewery Tours @ Philadelphia Brewing Company, and Special Father's Day Programing @ the NCC!

Still trying to figure out how to spend Father’s Day in Philadelphia? Well, you’re in luck. I’ve got some great picks for you, right here! From fishing trips at Linvilla Orchards to dining deals at places like Jack’s Firehouse and Valanni, there is a lot going on, and plenty of great opportunities to show your Dad you care.

Dining deals? Jack’s Firehouse is offering up a special father’s Day brunch, whilst Valanni is serving up a special Scotch & Steak Dinner.

Not up for just sitting in one place? Why not take a Philadelphia Cheesesteak Tour? For just under $16, you can sample all the cheesesteak-goodness Reading Terminal has to offer. MealTicket has the full story.

Alright, I get it. Your Dad is the manly type who likes to catch his own dinner. Why not visit Linvilla Orchards? Take Dad fishing, and pick some fresh fruit for a side dish.

Feel like visiting a museum… or two? The Please Touch Museum is dishing out free tickets to Dads on Sunday, the National Constitution Center is hosting a special Fathers of the Fatherland program in conjunction with Ancient Rome & America.

Need even more history? Why not pick up a joint ticket to see Cleopatra at the Franklin Institute and scope out the Egyptian artifacts at the University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology? You can pick one up at the Franklin when purchasing your tickets to Cleo.

Music Man? Aaron covered the West Oak Lane Jazz Festival, which is happening this weekend. There’s also a nighttime folk concert, featuring John Gorka, at Longwood Gardens this weekend.

Want to celebrate a day early? No? You might want to reconsider, especially if your Dad loves beer. Why not take him on a free tour at the Philadelphia Brewing Company, or at Yards, this Saturday? See, I knew you’d give it a second thought.

Dad not from Philly? Why not take him on the All About Philly Tour?

Have some more suggestions? Leave them in the comments! Happy Father’s Day!


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