Renovated in 2006, Franklin Square is filled with a variety of activities, including Center City’s only 18-hole miniature golf course, designed after many favorite Philly spots.
Franklin Square is filled with fun for the whole family, but perhaps nothing is more popular than Philly Mini Golf.
The Independence Visitor Center, at 6th and Market Streets on Independence Mall, has set up a makeshift operation inside the nearby Historic Philadelphia Center, at 6th and Chestnut.
Tourism officials are touting some special — and possibly spooky — events coming up next month in Old City.
“The carousel is running, there’s miniature golf to play, and of course Squareburger to eat,” says Amy Needle, president and CEO of Historic Philadelphia, the agency that runs the tourist venue.
Some of the non-profits in Philadelphia are offering hand made gift ideas with the proceeds going straight back into community programs.
Historic Philadelphia is the place to be this weekend, where you can visit the traveling “Civil War Road Show.” Amy Needle, the CEO of Historic Philadelphia, stopped by Talk Philly to talk about the events […]
The newest crop of Philadelphia historymakers and storytellers begin their work this Memorial Day weekend after graduating at a ceremony at the Betsy Ross House.