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Celebrate the New Year in Philadelphia
A festive night like New Year’s Eve calls for a festive celebration, and Philadelphia will host many of them to welcome 2014. Countodwn to the New Year with SugarHouse Casino’s New Year’s Eve Fireworks on the Waterfront, featuring two spectacular shows at 6 p.m. and midnight.
Join thousands on the streets of Philadelphia for the annual Mummers Parade on New Year's Day, a 114-year-old tradition and unforgettable celebration.
To help you ring in 2014, check out our favorite places to watch the fireworks, top celebrations for revelers of all ages, special events and more, below.
New Year's Highlights:
Ring in the New Year with two fireworks shows on the Delaware River Waterfront
Philadelphia will ring in 2014 not once, but two times during the SugarHouse New Year’s Eve Fireworks on the Delaware River Waterfront.
Mummers strut up Broad Street, leaving behind a trail of glitter, feathers and fun
Philadelphia struts like no place else on New Year’s Day.
Head indoors to see the Mummers strut at the Pennsylvania Convention Center
A spectacular Philadelphia’s New Year’s Day tradition heads indoors during the Mummers Fancy Brigade Finale at the Pennsylvania Convention Center.
20th anniversary of a Philadelphia wintertime tradition at Penn’s Landing
Lace up your ice skates and celebrate the 20th anniversary of the Blue Cross RiverRink, an Olympic-sized ice rink at Penn’s Landing that is a waterfront winter tradition.
Pop-up winter village on the Delaware River Waterfront
Penn’s Landing is celebrating the 20 years of ice skating at the Blue Cross RiverRink with Waterfront Winterfest, a pop-up holiday winter garden and waterfront village.
Fun and games on the Delaware River
SugarHouse Casino, the first casino in the City of Philadelphia, is conveniently located on the picturesque Delaware River waterfront.
The ocean’s secrets revealed at Camden’s riverfront aquarium
The fifth largest aquarium in the country, Adventure Aquarium features nearly 200,000 square feet of marine and wild life, including hippos, a hammerhead shark and more.