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Top Things To Do In Philadelphia Today, Jun. 6

June 6, 2014 12:01 AM

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(credit: Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

(credit: Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Looking for something to do today? Here are our top three picks…there’s something for everyone in the Philadelphia area!

(Danny Meyer stands outside his "Shake Shack" at 20th and Sansom Streets in center city Philadelphia.  Credit: Hadas Kuznits)

(Danny Meyer stands outside his “Shake Shack” at 20th and Sansom Streets in center city Philadelphia. Credit: Hadas Kuznits)

Shake Shack’s 2nd Birthday Celebration

Shake Shack Center City

2000 Sansom St
Philadelphia, Pa.

Pay as you go

Celebrate two years of delish burgers, fries and shakes at Shake Shack Center City with a special birthday cake concrete. Available for today only, the sweet treat is made with premium ice cream and cake from Termini Bros. And don’t forget: Today also sees the launch of the Vetri + Shake Shack collab, the Carbonara Burger (Angus burger topped with bacon, pecorino cheese, black pepper and a sunny side up egg), which benefits The Vetri Foundation and is available for a limited time at all three area Shack locations.

(credit: Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

(credit: Chris Jackson/Getty Images)

Sweden’s National Day

American Swedish Historical Museum

1900 Pattison Ave
Philadelphia, Pa.

10 a.m. – 4 p.m., FREE

Enjoy free admission to the American Swedish Museum all day in honor of Sweden’s National Day. In addition to awesome exhibits, the museum is also celebrating with face-painting, coffee, traditional strawberry cake and crafts.

(Credit: Betsy Ross House)

(Credit: Betsy Ross House)

Movies Under the Stars and Stripes

Betsy Ross House

239 Arch St
Philadelphia, Pa.

Dusk, $5

Grab your favorite beverage and head to the Betsy Ross House for an al fresco film. Tonight’s movie is (the hilarious-sounding) “Attack of the Crab Monsters,” which apparently focuses on brain-eating giant crabs, and it’s only $5 to watch.

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