Here’s where to take part in the celebration of African American history, culture and heritage in the Philadelphia area.
Angel Ayala has never been a big fan of museums. Blind since birth, the high school student says the exhibits are so sight-dependent that he can’t enjoy them. But he’s making an exception for the Penn Museum, an archaeology and anthropology center that offers touch tours for the blind and visually impaired.
The tour runs every Saturday in April, Saturday and Sundays in May and then five days a week beginning in June.
The amusement park in Jackson announced Monday the Wild Safari portion of the park will shut down Sept. 30 except for some previously scheduled VIP tours.
If you are a visitor coming to town or even a lifelong Philly area native who wants to get better acquainted with the city, sightseeing tours may be the way to go.
Philadelphia is increasingly becoming known as “The Mural Capital of the World,” and with over 3,000 murals, there are a number of ways that people can explore all or as many of them as they would like.