By Justin Udo
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Labor Day marks the unofficial end of summer. For many people that means a trip out of town or to the shore.
But if you have to stay in the Delaware Valley, there is plenty to do.
The National Constitution Center is hosting a Colonial Field Day. Visitors who participate get to take part in different outdoor activities like dressing up in 18th century clothing and playing games from that era. It’s also the last day for the traveling exhibition Creating Camelot: The Kennedy Photography of Jacques Lowe. The pictures show President John F. Kennedy with his family during his time in White House.
Labor Day marks the final day for Art Splash at the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The event offers an array of programs that cater to both children and adults. The Fringe Festival also continues with events throughout Philadelphia.
At the Chad’s Ford winery, there’s a Labor Day Bash — featuring food, drinks and music.
At the Morris Arboretum it’s the end of Circus Week, where the whole family can learn the history of the circus and see an array of circus trains.
For many pop up beer gardens in Philadelphia Labor day marks the end of the season.
And don’t forget, if you are in Philadelphia, you’ll want to steer clear of driving around the Benjamin Franklin parkway. Construction crews are still cleaning up from the Made In America concert.