The Philadelphia Zoo
Parents of toddlers can enjoy a number of fun and educational activities in the City of Brotherly Love and surrounding suburbs. These are some of our top picks.
You’ll see plenty of historic buildings, monuments and museums in Philadelphia, but the City of Brotherly Love and its surrounding areas are also home to a good many parks, open spaces and other top spots for viewing wildlife.
The Philadelphia area’s top green businesses don’t just focus on eco-friendly practices, they embrace across-the-board sustainable practices, including operations, hiring and training and involvement in the community.
Check out these eco-friendly Philly-area destinations igniting conservation, communities and sustainable travel.
If you’re not really down with running around in the dark from house to house asking for candy, you’re not alone. Round up the kids for the top alternatives to trick-or-treating in Philly.
Whether you’re looking to see sharks, hippos, and exotic sea life; or lions and tigers and bears; the Philadelphia region will not disappoint you. Across the bridge in New Jersey is not one, but two aquariums.
It’s pretty easy to keep the littlest kids entertained, but how do you keep your older kids having fun? Here in Philadelphia, there is plenty to charm the tween set.
Truth be told, in nearly every corner of Philadelphia there is something fabulous to do for kids of all ages.
Take ride along Lincoln Drive and enjoy the view of Fairmont Park. For those looking to take in the park’s beauty while being active, you can jog the pedestrian paths and trails, go bike riding, play sports, or just relax and watch the rowers on the Schuylkill River. For those looking to take it easy, stroll along with the weekend crowds, or have a picnic or barbeque with friends.