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  • Stenton

    William Penn’s powerful agent-secretary, James Logan, made Stenton his country seat

    Stenton was one of the grandest houses of its time.

    Ben Franklin thought it was worth the trip to Germantown’s Stenton, one of the grandest houses of its time.

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  • Strawberry Festival at Peddler’s Village

    Strawberries as far as the eye can see

    The Strawberry Festival at Peddler's Village

    Celebrate spring at Peddler’s Village’s celebrated Strawberry Festival, where festive foods, children’s activities, pie-eating contests and a lively lineup of family entertainment are just some of the weekend’s exciting attractions.

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  • Suburban Square

    Upscale outdoor shopping — with a farmers’ market

    Suburban Square is a pedestrian-friendly upscale outdoor shopping center that serves as one of the Main Line’s high-end shopping destinations.

    Ardmore’s Suburban Square is a pedestrian-friendly upscale outdoor shopping center that serves as one of the Main Line’s high-end shopping destinations.

    The tradition continues today, with a recently updated farmers’ market and an upscale vintage outdoor market, the Clover Market.

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  • Summer Winter Community Garden

    A garden for all seasons

    Among the oldest operational community gardens in Philly, Summer Winter provides Powelton Village residents the unique opportunity to connect with community through the shared skills of growing and harvesting.

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  • Super Scooper “All-You-Can-Eat”
    Ice Cream Festival

    Get your fill of sweet treats — for a great cause!

    The annual Ice Cream Festival is every bit as enjoyable as it sounds.

    What better way to raise money for children with leukemia than to eat your favorite kind of ice cream?

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  • Susan G. Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure

    The 24th annual 5K run/walk to fight breast cancer

    Susan G. Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure

    This Mother’s Day, the Philadelphia Affiliate of the Susan G. Komen for the Cure invites everyone in the Delaware Valley and beyond to “Embrace the Honor and Empower the Promise” to end breast cancer at the annual Komen Philadelphia Race for the Cure.

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  • TD Bank Philadelphia International Cycling Championship

    One of the most prestigious single day bike races in North America

    TD Bank Philadelphia International Cycling Championship

    The highest-ranked, longest and richest single day road race in North America

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  • TerraMar Adventures

    Leading outdoor adventures

    Find a group of fellow travelers with this outdoor-adventure company

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  • The Awesome Fest

    8 weeks of free outdoor movie screenings in parks across the city

    The Awesome Fest returns for the summer with free movie nights at multiple locations all across Philadelphia.

    The Awesome Fest returns for the summer with free movie nights at multiple locations all across Philadelphia.

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  • The Constitutional Walking Tour of Philadelphia

    A walk through the birthplace of our nation

    Constitutional Walking Tours

    The Constitutional Walking Tour provides visitors with a primary overview of the Independence National Historical Park area by connecting the buildings and places where the events of the American Revolution transpired.

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  • The Delaware River Canal Boat Company

    A mule-drawn barge in the beautiful Bucks County countryside

    The Isabelle Justice floats down the Delaware Canal

    A mule-drawn barge in the beautiful Bucks County countryside

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  • The Elmwood Park Zoo

    A community zoo dedicated to habitat conservation

    The zoo started as a municipal operation in 1924, but in 1985, Norristown turned over the management of what was then an eight-acre park to the Norristown Zoological Society. It has since doubled in size, adding an aviary in 1995, an indoor reptile house in 1996 and a grasslands exhibit in two phases in 1997 and 2002.

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  • The Food Trust: Farmers’ Markets

    Offering fresh foods, grown on farms throughout the Philadelphia region

    Produce at the Headhouse Square Farmers' Market

    Find an open-air market in just about any neighborhood, throughout Philadelphia and The Countryside

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  • The New Race Street Pier

    Relaxing waterfront respite in the heart of the city

    The new Race Street Pier.

    The latest addition to Philadelphia’s amazing outdoor spaces, the new Race Street Pier on the Delaware River Waterfront is a relaxing respite in the heart of the city.

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  • The Oval

    July 16-August 17: Shape of fun on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway

    The Oval, an exciting new public space on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.

    Returning to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway for its second season, The Oval once again will transform an island of asphalt and surrounding lawns at 24th Street and the Parkway into an eight-acre public space devoted to summertime fun.

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  • The Philadelphia Zoo

    Animals and plants thrive at America’s first zoo

    Philadelphia Zoo

    Animals and plants thrive at America’s first zoo

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  • The Piazza at Schmidts

    A European-style open space surrounded by shops, restaurants and galleries

    Above the Piazza at Schmidts

    A European-style open space surrounded by shops, restaurants and galleries

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  • The Sculpture Park
    at Abington Art Center

    27 acres of environmentally conscious outdoor art

    Sculpture Park at Abington Art Center is set among the rolling lawns of an elegant manor house.

    Raising environmental awareness through the arts is the focus of the Sculpture Park at Abington Art Center, set among the rolling lawns of an elegant manor house. Art lovers aren’t the only ones drawn to this outdoor gallery. Birdwatchers and picnickers also enjoy the grounds, while children are invited to participate in a range of hands-on activities.

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  • The Singing Fountain

    The heart of the ‘hood sings a sweet song (literally)

    The epicenter of East Passyunk life, the Avenue’s famous “Singing Fountain” (it literally plays music, from old-school Sinatra to modern pop) is a centrally located meeting place that regularly hosts public events, from opera performances to a weekly farmers market.

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  • The Spirit of Enterprise

    1950–1960 by Jacques Lipchitz

    A muscular pioneer strides forward, scanning the horizon.

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  • The Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia

    A spring celebration of the culture, craft and cuisine of Japan

    Japanese Tea House

    Whether it’s enjoying the fragile pink blossoms of 1,000 cherry trees, listening to the thundering beat of a giant Taiko drum, creating origami masterpieces or honing your sushi-making skills, the Subaru Cherry Blossom Festival of Greater Philadelphia is the place to celebrate all things Japanese.

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  • The Village of Arts and Humanities

    Arts based community development organization

    Arts based community development organization

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  • The Wissahickon Gorge

    Seven miles of serene wilderness along the Wissahickon Creek

    Seven miles of serene wilderness along the Wissahickon Creek, stretching from Chestnut Hill to Manayunk

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  • Thomas Eakins Head of the Schuylkill Regatta

    An exciting, two-day race that draws fans from around the world

    Head of the Schuylkill Regatta.

    One of the longest running head races in the country

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  • Tree Adventure at the Morris Arboretum

    A trip into the trees for the young and young-at-heart

    Entrance to the Tree Adventure

    The Tree Adventure experience at Morris Arboretum with Out on a Limb, a 450-foot-long canopy walk more than 50 feet above ground level that gives visitors a bird’s eye view of the forest.

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  • Trenton Avenue Arts Festival

    One-of-a-kind shopping, human-powered vehicle floats and family-friendly programming

    Trenton Avenue Arts Festival

    A beloved celebration of Fishtown and Kensington’s many artisans, this festival also works food, drink and live music into the outdoor mix.

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  • Triangle Dog Park

    How a co-op dog park takes shape

    A real treat for local dog owners, this community-run dog park is fenced in behind a double-gated entrance, meaning pets can run off-leash.

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  • Triangle Park

    A three-sided conversation

    A perfect example of Philly’s neighborly ingenuity, this pocket park at the intersection of three major Bella Vista streets has been painstakingly cleaned and overhauled to provide a beautiful relaxation area for locals.

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  • Trophy Bikes

    Get your bike into gear

    This bike shop provides customers with everything they need to keep their two wheels running smoothly, plus its stocks a fine selection of bikes and threads.

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  • Tyler Arboretum

    One of the region’s oldest and largest arboreta

    Tyler Arboretum

    A 650-acre arboretum featuring 20 miles of trails, educational programs and history

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