From exploring the city’s cobblestone streets in the footsteps of Ben Franklin to dancing the night away at lively lounges and clubs, Philadelphia has it all. So check out these top holiday attractions when the best place to travel to is home.
Each year, the Pennsylvania Ballet gives students from kindergarten through eighth grade — many of whom come from low income communities — a chance to witness the wonders of the stage and this holiday classic.
Ballet Master Zachary Hensh shared some information on this year’s performances.
Whether coming home for a slice of mom’s homemade pumpkin pie, visiting for the first time or following an annual family tradition, Philadelphia is brimming with holiday events, beckoning venues and delightful activities throughout the holiday season.
Get out and enjoy some holiday lights, food, music and fun for any budget.
The weekend of December 7th and 8th, the Pennsylvania Ballet will operate a holiday marketplace in the lobby of the Kimmel Center.
This year, carve some time out to enjoy one of these Philly activities that will make the season more unique.
Philadelphia has a vibrant performing arts scene. No matter your budget or the degree of excellence you demand, there’s something in Philly for everyone.
The Pennsylvania Ballet’s performances of “The Nutracker” begin Saturday. It’s a perennial holiday favorite.
Now in its 42nd year, George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker™ is the Philadelphia region’s most beloved holiday tradition. Lavish sets and costumes bring the charming story of Marie and her Prince to life, from the resplendent […]
The Nutcracker opens tonight at the Academy of Music.