Will you be attending the AAHPM & HPNA Annual Assembly next month? Are you wondering what there is to do in Philadelphia? Lucky for you even in February there is no shortage of great food or things to do!
Philadelphia is set apart from other cities by the variety of things to see and do around the Convention Center! Historic, family–oriented or recreational – Philadelphia has something for everyone! Covering fine arts, history, science and culture, the city often hosts unique visiting exhibits that can be found at some of the most popular attractions in the region. Discover all you need to know about Philadelphia’s Arts & Attractions and create your own list of must–sees for your visit!
The New York Times recently released a list of 52 Places to Go in 2015. Philadelphia was ranked number 3! According to the NYT Philadelphia has become a hive of outdoor urban activity.
After a long day of captivating sessions why not treat yourself to one of the many great restaurants the city has to offer? Recommendations from members include:
Cuba Libre, Zahav, Vernick, Little Fish, Nomad Pizza, Vedge, MeltKraft, Starr Restaurants including: Jones, Buddakhan, The Continental, and El Vez. Garces Restaurants including: Garces Trading Company, Amada, and Village Whiskey. Amis, Little Nona’s, Pennsylvania 6, and Barbuzzo. Capogiro Gelato was named the best place to eat ice cream in the country by National Geographic. Parc, Sbraga, Alla Spina, Fette Sau, Tallulah’s Garden, Mercato, and Stateside. Walk over to the Reading Terminal Market for lunch. There are local food vendors, Amish crafts and candy. Visit the Italian market. Craving a cheesesteak? Looking for a knock out burger? Check out other restaurants in Market East.
Attend the Philadelphia 76ers basketball game against the Washington Wizards on Friday, February 27th. Use promo code AAHPM to get discounted tickets.
Liberty Bell & Independence National Historical Park and Independence Hall
Betsy Ross House
National Museum of American Jewish History
Institute of Contemporary Art
Philadelphia Museum of Art, home to the famous stairs from Rocky. Check out these other places for Rocky fans.
Eastern State Penitentiary tour.
Walk or bike along Schuylkill River trail in Fairmount Park or hike on the Wissahickon trail.
View the top free attractions in the city and a listing of additional museums and attractions.
North Bowl (great for adults and kids)
Please Touch Museum
The Franklin Institute
Adventure Aquarium which is just across the river in Camden.
Looking for more kid friendly activities? Check out the top ten family friendly activities.
Still can’t decide? Check out the official visitor and travel site VisitPhilly.com for more ideas!