Citizen’s Bank Park
1 Citizens Bank Way
Philadelphia, PA 19148
Does your dad love sports? Luckily, the Phillies are facing the Diamondbacks at home on June 19, 2016, and it’s Chevrolet Father’s Appreciation Day. You and your dad can spend some quality time enjoying nachos and hot dogs while cheering on the Philadelphia Phillies. Plus, as a bonus, your dad is going to receive a Phillies themed Hawaiian shirt and he can get a $12 concession credit to buy snacks. Tickets are on sale now at all levels for the game.
225 Lincoln Highway
Fairless Hills,PA 19030
Is your dad fairly active? Maybe paintball could be a fun Father’s Day weekend activity for the entire family. Located in Bucks County, Crusader Paintball is just a short ride up Rt 1 or I-95. The folks at Crusader Paintball will set your whole family up with paint canisters, and helmets to protect your face from flying paintballs. A day paintballing with the family will surely create long lasting memories.
Nay Aug Park (22nd Annual Father’s Day Car Show)
1910 Mulberry St.
Scranton, PA 18510
There are a bunch of car shows set around the holiday, but the Villa Capri Cruisers are holding their annual Father’s Day Car Show on Father’s Day. You and your family can check out all types of cars including sports, classic, muscle, exotics, lowriders, and more. The car show begins at 9 a.m. and ends at 4 p.m.
Philadelphia Sightseeing Tours
111 S. Independence Mall E.
Philadelphia, PA 19106
Maybe you could show your dad the city. With Philadelphia Sightseeing Tours, you and your family can brush up on your Philadelphia history by taking a bus tour around the city. This bus tour covers over 100 popular attractions. With the “hop on/hop off” feature, you can get a closer look at certain areas before getting back on the bus and seeing the rest of the city. Tours are featured Monday through Sunday between 9:30 a.m. and 5:30 p.m. The boarding location is on South Independence Mall East.
City Tap House
39th and Walnut St.
Philadelphia, PA 19104
Of course, your dad loves to eat. Why not take him to City Tap House to have his choice of 60 beers on tap, seafood delights, and classic burgers. City Tap house has two locations, one in University City and one in Logan, with indoor and outdoor seating to accommodate the weather. City Tap House also has tv monitors so that your dad can enjoy any sports that happen to be playing at that time. The restaurant is open all week long and on Sundays, it stays open until 10 p.m.
Amber Gibbs is a Philadelphia native and self-proclaimed dreamer who spends her days as a traffic reporter. She enjoys writing about sports, gaming news and other fun happenings around the tri-state area.