Here’s a great way to see lots of gardens, historic houses and museums this summer and save a lot of money.
It’s Memorial Day Weekend, the unofficial start of summer at the shore, but not everyone is headed to the beach this weekend. If you’re staying closer to home, there’s plenty to do.
We’re lucky to have so many great gardens so close to home. So, get out and enjoy them one by one.
If you’re looking to surround yourself with nature’s beauty, stop and smell the roses (or tulips, or daffodils…) at one of these gorgeous gardens, right here in the Philadelphia area.
Longwood Gardens in Kennet Square has received an award for the expansion of its beautiful Meadow Garden.
Executive Director Paul B. Redman talks about Longwood’s Orchid Extravaganza, featuring more than 5,000 colorful orchids on display.
Check out the sights and sounds of the holidays at PA’s Longwood Gardens, which includes hundreds of poinsettias, half a million lights and holiday concerts.
When you have to go, do it at Longwood Gardens.
Feeling more like the Grinch than Cindy Lou Who this year? Up your levels of holiday cheer at these local seasonal events.
Check out these eco-friendly Philly-area destinations igniting conservation, communities and sustainable travel.
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.
Now that autumn has arrived, the changing of the leaves won’t be far behind.
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.
Longwood Garden’s restrooms are in a contest for the title “Best Bathroom in America.”
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.