Whether short on time, funds or both, you can still find plenty of quick getaway destinations within a couple hours’ drive of Philadelphia.
Whether pulled down low and over your ears for warmth, set firmly upon your head for protection from the sun or tipped jauntily to the side to make a fashion statement, hats are a must-have accessory for many in the City of Brotherly Love.
From Amish country to the Poconos, there are plenty of excellent destinations to take in the beauty of the season and reconnect with family or friends, even if just for the weekend.
Teachers and parents in the Philadelphia area have many options to incorporate outdoor education into their lesson plans through local programs and outdoor education centers.
The changing leaves greet Philadelphia residents and visitors alike with a kaleidoscope of blazing color, enticing them to visit these popular spots for taking in the colors of fall.
Philadelphia-area residents can minimize their carbon footprint by shopping local for earth friendly and sustainable home furnishings.
Fall is the perfect time to plan a visit to the City of Brotherly Love. From Center City to Valley Forge, visitors to Philadelphia will soak up history as they take in the colors and sights of the season.
Whether you seek a quiet, secluded spot in the mountains to relax and unwind, or you’re simply looking for inexpensive accommodations for that beach vacation, these top camp sites are worth checking out.
Philadelphia chef, media personality and cookbook author Hope Cohen, an advocate of sustainable living, has some great tips for keeping your meals lean and clean.
Check out these eco-friendly Philly-area destinations igniting conservation, communities and sustainable travel.
Philadelphia-area chefs, bakers and husband-and-wife team John Millard and Amy Beth Edelman share their love of baking and passion for the environment with the Chestnut Hill community.
Paving the way for green living in Philadelphia and surrounding areas, these three individuals volunteer their time and share their knowledge with others in support of a more sustainable community.
Fall is the ultimate season for Philadelphia sports fanatics. If Philly sports are your passion, it’s a good bet you’re counting the days until one of these top sporting events.
Philadelphia-area residents, teachers and professionals who want to learn more about the concepts of green living and how they can be adopted in the Philly area can turn to several organizations that offer classes, courses and programs.
Arboretums, according to Penn State, cultivate trees, shrubs and herbaceous plants for scientific and educational purposes. But these Philadelphia-area attractions are so much more to the residents and tourists who visit them each year.