Map all locationsSpring Events
Ah, spring: When buds across the region start to bloom, diners take to sidewalk cafes and the Phillies bring out their mighty bats.
Outdoor food, art and music festivals take place (nearly) every weekend, and if you’re the indoors type, check out a premiere or traveling exhibition at one of the region’s hundreds of museums.
Celebrating America’s pastime at the National Museum of American Jewish History
Chasing Dreams: Baseball and Becoming American at the National Museum of American Jewish History is the first large-scale exhibition to weave together the history of baseball with the story of immigration and integration into American life.View More
The world’s oldest relay meet, held annually at the University of Pennsylvania
The nation’s largest and most important amateur track and field event held at the University of Pennsylvania.View More
Challenging preconceptions of Native American culture at the Penn Museum
Discover a living tapestry of nations with distinct stories, identities, and contemporary leaders at the Penn Museum’s newest exhibit Native American Voices: The People—Here and Now.View More
A complex chapter in American history examined at the National Constitution Center
Take a look at the lives of six slave families who lived and worked for one of our country’s Founding Fathers during Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello, a powerful exhibition at the National Constitution Center.View More
Rare look into Korean art and culture at the Philadelphia Museum of Art
Treasures from Korea: Arts and Culsture of the Joseon Dynasty 1392-1910 at the Philadelphia Museum of Art is the first full-scale survey in the United States to focus on the art of the celebrated Joseon dynasty.View More
Prove the theory science is fun!
The Philadelphia Science Festival puts science in the spotlight from April 18 – April 28.View More
Celebrate summer with plenty of “Oohs” and “Aahs”
The entire family will enjoy Longwood Gardens’ light and sound spectacular, a summer tradition at the internationally celebrated gardens.View More
Temporary outdoor escape in the city’s vacant spaces
The Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s annual Pop Up Garden returns for its third year, transforming a forgotten outdoor area into a gorgeous, landscaped community space.View More
Compelling new exhibition at the Independence Seaport Museum
Uncover 300-years of history and the African experience along in Philadelphia during Tides of Freedom: African Presence on the Delaware River, a new exhibition at the Independence Seaport Museum.View More
The secret world of spies gets declassified
The Franklin Institute declassifies the secret world of espionage with its blockbuster exhibit Spy: The Secret World of Espionage.View More