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Latest Philly Family Fun
Finishing touches are being put on a six-month, $4-million makeover of the tour at the US Mint in Philadelphia, which reopens to the public on July 3rd.
We generally think of movie franchises as dwindling in quality as the sequels mount up. But occasionally, as with this third trip to “Madagascar,” just the opposite is true.
So what do June, July, and August have in store for us as mainstream attractions compete for box office dollars? Plenty!
KYW’s Jay Lloyd looks at a fun getaway in the nearby Pocono Mountains.
Playhouse officials say renovations are on schedule and everything looks good for the ribbon-cutting ceremony and the first production of “A Grand Night for Singing,” by Rodgers and Hammerstein, on July 2nd.
Lardner’s Point Park is just south of the Tacony-Palmyra Bridge, on the Delaware riverfront, behind a looming old pumping station.
Officials cut the ribbon one year to the day after ground was broken on the $5-million project that’s designed to draw visitors through a variety of amenities.
The cinematography in this G-rated documentary, routinely breathtaking and often downright eye-popping, is sometimes magical in its intimacy.
As always, the public is invited to show off their Easter finery.
Philadelphia’s Franklin Square is offering special activities for kids, today. But good times on Memorial Day in Franklin Square are something of a redemption story. After decades of neglect, Franklin Square has become one of the city’s leading destinations for families.
As an arts loving city, Philadelphia does not disappoint when it comes to offering a fantastic selection of fun and unique classes in music and the arts for little ones.
Come winter time, you can almost guarantee two things in Philadelphia: snow and those looking to sled on the white stuff. Here is a list of cool places to take your sled and have a good time!
Finding things to keep your preschooler happy and entertained is nearly a full-time job. Luckily, Philadelphia is up to the challenge and offers plenty for the preschool set!