Lucky for us, there are more than a few places near Philly to see those autumn leaves in all their glory—and before they go up in smoke on that totally illegal bonfire in your neighbor’s backyard.
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.
Members of the Almanac Dance Circus Theater will be entertaining visitors during “Nightfall,” a onetime free show.
Tyler Arboretum in Media, Delaware County will hold its annual butterfly festival on August 24th. A highlight of the event will be monarch tagging.
Friday, May 10th, is National Public Gardens Day, and Philadelphia is home to more gardens than any other city in the country.
Pick the haunted houses made for your kids — spooky, but not terrifying — with diverse activities perfect for the whole family. These are the top five haunted houses for families.
A public arboretum in Delaware County is celebrating National Public Gardens Day, which is today, with two days of events.
Tap a maple tree and see how sap becomes syrup before enjoying plates of pancakes swimming in that sugary goodness this weekend at the Tyler Arboretum.
Some people travel the across the globe to see the best gardens, but really, they need only stick to the Philadelphia area: the region has so many quality places to experience nature in all its flowering glory that it could be named the garden capital of the world.