With walking trails, regular events and beautiful surrounds, the Monocacy Park is a must go for all those who are looking for a refreshing change from the mundane lifestyle of regular deary existence. You can indulge in several activities like strolling around, catching up with friends or simply lazing around as you listen to one of the fine musical performances. Monocacy Park is dog friendly with special area designated for them. Taking a trip to the Monocacy Park is sure to provide relaxation and entertainment.
The Cisco Arena is one of the best arenas in Oaks and is highly sought after by everyone. You can try your hand at kick-boxing, karate, old school boxing, jujitsu and even Brazilian martial arts. On other days you could also catch some concerts or community events taking place here.
100 Golf Club Drive Phoenixville, PA 19460 +1 610 933 4700
The RiverCrest Golf Club offers a golf course that is truly a delight for all golfers. With a scenic setting complete with lush green lawns, waterfalls and miniature ponds, this gold club combines tranquility and entertainment. The six golfing tees ranging from 4496 yards to 6768 yards are ideal for one and all, from novices to expert golfers. Classy and spacious clubhouse spread across 49,000 square foot is perfect to host private and corporate events. For more details, check website or call ahead.
Peddler's Village in the Bucks County is a pretty country-side hub for shopping, dining and fun. The place is filled with events related to local produce of straw-berries or traditional harvest festivals. It has a row of endless colorful shops offering varied commodities and services. From withdrawing cash from the local banks to splurging them on some exquisite jewelery or artifacts; it's all possible within this village. Many eateries, cafes, bars and other entertainment venues too are available to complete the visit to the Peddler's Village. Please check the website for seasonal shopping hours.
South Street Between 8th Street to Front Street Philadelphia, PA 19147 +1 215 413 3713
There's a oldies song that asks "
"Where do all the hippest meet? (South Street, South Street). That's still pretty true, except now instead of hippest, it's hipsters, as well as scenesters, college kids and young hippy-esque families. The non-chain stores, vintage clothing shops and unique art galleries bring in the younger generations in droves, giving them a break from the standard Gap and Abercrombie. Check out the Theater of the Living Arts for a nighttime concert or grab a drink at Paddy Whacks, but make sure to visit in daylight too, for a taste of famous Lorenzo's pizza and some unique shopping!
43rd Street & Baltimore Avenue Clark Park Philadelphia, PA 19104 +1 267 235 6123
The Wayfinder Experience runs many low-cost outdoor activities for children in the Philadelphia area, among them a weekly capture-the-flag game in Clark Park. Wayfinder seeks to introduce all children to the joys of theater, allowing them to explore various improvisational techniques in their play. Newcomers can play for free, and veteran capturers join the energetic frenzy.
This award-winning winery is solely responsible for putting Pennsylvania on the map as an up-and-coming wine region. Established in 1982, and the oldest winery in what is now known as The Brandywine Valley Wine Trail, Chaddsford features a gift shop, live music throughout the summer, self-guided tours, wine education classes, and outdoor seating on the patio for customers to enjoy a picnic basket lunch. The owners have successfully created an atmosphere that is relaxed and enjoyable, making it a perfect place to spend an afternoon. Daily tastings include a variety of whites, reds, and sweet blush wines. The 2005 Proprietors Reserve White is superb and is worth the trip alone.
Ford Pavilion on Montage Mountain is actually an open space covered by a large white canopy. It plays host to a number of events, including the series of concert shows 'Coors Light'. Carry along some munchies, water and low-back chairs if you want to. Snacks are available at the venue and chairs are available for rent too. Check out the VIP packages to avail of some good deals. Experience the music magic in this serene and beautiful outdoor setting.
302 North 17th Street West End Allentown, PA 18104 +1 610 433 7541
This venue hosts cultural as well as local events throughout the year. The major event that Allentown Fairgrounds is home to, is undoubtedly the great Allentown Fair-an annual event that draws hordes of people from all over the state and beyond. The other events that are held here include the Farmers Market, Agri-Plex, The Ritz Barbecue and the like. Over the years, it has become one of the most remarkable landmarks in the city and will continue to be so!
As the name suggests, this tour takes you through the
stalls and shops of the oldest ethnic market, the Italian Market. Get acquainted with Italian cold cuts like Sopresseta and Prosciutto and sample Italian savories. Guests receive discount cards ...
It's hard to state simply exactly what the Art Alliance
does. There are exhibits of contemporary work, such as the Andy Warhol retrospective, but there are also poetry readings, art and travel lectures, play readings, chamber concerts, and the ...
This remarkable hotel is within walking distance of Philadelphia's top
attractions, including Independence Hall and the Franklin Institute. City Hall and the Pennsylvania Convention Center are four blocks from the hotel and Philadelphia International Airport is just 15 minutes ...