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Located near popular family-friendly Philadelphia attractions like the Philadelphia Zoo and the Please Touch Museum® in Fairmount Park, the hotels along City Avenue offer comfort and convenience for visitors.

City Avenue is a short distance from Saint Joseph’s University, making it the perfect location for prospective students and visiting families.

Center City is just five miles away for those seeking to explore Philadelphia’s historic attractions and award-winning restaurants.

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  • SugarHouse Casino Philadelphia

    Fun and games on the Delaware River

    SugarHouse Casino on the Delaware River

    SugarHouse Casino, the first casino in the City of Philadelphia, is conveniently located on the picturesque Delaware River waterfront.

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  • Parx Casino

    One of the largest and most impressive gaming facilities in Pennsylvania

    Outside Parx Casino in Bensalem

    Conveniently located 20 minutes north of center city Philadelphia, Parx Casino™ in Bensalem is a 260,000 square foot gaming and entertainment destination. Parx Casino™ features over 160,000 square feet of some gaming, offering a little something for everyone. When hunger strikes, there are also several delicious and affordable dining and entertainment options including: Parx Grill, an upscale signature steakhouse, or Philly favorite Chickie’s & Pete’s®.

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  • Harrah’s Chester Casino and Racetrack

    Great gaming is just a few minutes south of Philadelphia off I-95

    An exterior view of Harrah’s Chester Casino

    Located just south of the Philadelphia International Airport, Harrah’s Chester Casino and Racetrack is open 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Along with horseracing, Harrah’s Chester features 100,000-square-feet of gaming, including more than 2,900 slot machines and live table games.

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  • The Trocadero Theatre

    Long-standing venue for live music in Chinatown

    A onetime burlesque theater, the Trocadero Theatre in Chinatown is now a favorite spot for live music, special events and weekly movie screenings.

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  • Philadelphia Honey Festival

    Honey happy hour, food trucks, mead-making and more

    Take a peek inside a working beehive at the Philadelphia Honey Festival.

    Presented by the Philadelphia Beekeepers Guild, the Philadelphia Honey Festival is bigger than ever this year with three days of bee-related activities at three locations across the city.

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  • Kennett Square Mushroom Festival

    September 6-7: All things mushroom celebrated in “The Mushroom Capital of the World”

    The Kennett Square Mushroom Festival is a major draw for families.

    Expect to taste your way through a competitive line-up of soups and other mushroom dishes prepared by local restaurateurs on Sunday, and you won’t want to miss what the group of celebrity chefs and culinary arts students will be serving up throughout the festival.

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  • David Lynch: The Unified Field at PAFA

    First major U.S. art exhibition for the renowned filmmaker

    David Lynch: The Unified Field is a comprehensive look at the renowned filmmaker’s art and artistic process.

    A comprehensive look at the art of David Lynch at the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

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  • Dilworth Park

    Undergoing renovations to become one of the city’s great green spaces

    Rendering of the renovated Dilworth Plaza, opening in 2014.

    Located at the foot of City Hall, Dilworth Park is undergoing a major transformation into a modern and welcoming outdoor space.

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  • Victor Cafe

    Italian with a side of opera

    If this looks familiar, it’s because Victor Cafe was the stand-in for the fictitious “Adrienne’s” restaurant in 2006’s Rocky Balboa.

    First opened in 1933, Victor Cafe is the only restaurant in Philadelphia that continues the old world tradition of waiters and waitress performing operatic arias for diners each and every night.

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  • Banana Leaf

    Malaysian, Indian, Indonesian, Japanese and Thai flavors at a Chinatown BYOB

    Crispy spicy fried squid is just one of the many varied dishes offered at Banana Leaf.

    A casual but funky atmosphere complements the Malaysian cuisine with Thai and Indian accents at Banana Leaf. A great alternative to an Italian BYOB, this Chinatown hotspot will meet all of your dinner group needs, from a date to a full-sized party.

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  • Washington Avenue Pier

    Eco-friendly public space along the Delaware River Waterfront

    Climb the 55-foot-tall “Land Buoy”, a public art piece honoring the site’s history as an immigration station.

    The Delaware River Waterfront continues to enhance and expand its amazing public spaces with the opening of Washington Avenue Pier.

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  • High Street on Market

    Freshly made artisanal breads and season ingredients from the team behind Fork

    The house-baked breads of High Street on Market.

    Since opening in the fall of 2013, High Street on Market by the team from Fork has garnered praise for serving high-quality fare and innovative baked goods.

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  • 2014 Fringe Festival

    City-wide celebration of though-provoking progressive performing arts

    High-energy acrobatics of “Sequence 8”

    For fans of new and experimental theater, the Fringe Festival presented by FringeArts features hundreds of must-see performances each September.

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