Rooms are available for Philadelphia Marathon Weekend, November 18-19, 2017. The Marathon takes place on Sunday, November 19, while the Half-Marathon, 8K Races, and Kids’ Fun Runs take place the day before, on Saturday, November 18. The Philadelphia Marathon is always a great event. It is consistently ranked as one of the Top 10 races…

One of the top-rated haunted attractions is located here in Philadelphia within the walls of the massive, castle-like Eastern State Penitentiary. America’s most historic prison, Eastern State Penitentiary is an under-rated museum attraction in its own right, and visitors can explore this haunting world of crumbling cell blocks and empty guard towers 361 days per year. This…

Philadelphia, once again, is the host of this year’s Army-Navy Game presented by USAA. The City of Brotherly Love is rich in history and tradition, and is proud to have hosted the Army-Navy Game 86 out of the last 117 games. This year’s showdown will take place at Lincoln Financial Field on December 9, 2017,…

May 27-September 30, 2017 After extensive renovations, the Main Fountain is back and it dances like never before! The garden is filled with new gems waiting to be discovered and the Fireworks and Fountains Shows are back for the season. Summer of Spectacle requires a timed admission ticket, so plan ahead for your chance to see “the…

Whether you are a huge American History buff or just want to learn more about our nation’s origins, the brand new Museum of the American Revolution is a must-see this summer. Learn the dramatic story of our nation’s founding through immersive galleries (featuring George Washington’s field tent), theater experiences and recreated historical moments.

The Philadelphia Flower Show will soon be here! It’s now time to reserve your rooms if you will be attending the 2017 Flower Show! This year, the Pennsylvania Convention Center will be transformed into the iconic Dutch Landscape and will be in full bloom with extraordinary plants, and the creativity and talents of top designers…

This exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art explores watercolor painting’s remarkable rise in the United States in the years between 1860 and 1925. Shaped by the genius of Winslow Homer and John Singer Sargent, the watercolor movement tells a story about innovation, experimentation, and bold new ways of seeing the world.

Making its North American debut at the Franklin Institute, Jurassic World: The Exhibition is based on one of the biggest blockbusters in cinema history. The park promised in the movie will come to life right before your eyes as you come face-to face with velociraptors, brachiosaurus, and the frightening T-Rex. Visitors will learn about these…