Deals in Philadelphia

Philadelphia Guide

Philadelphia guide publications should include both the historical and modern aspects of this beautiful city. The city has much to offer, from museums and historic sites to unique food creations, and features a wide variety of attractions and amenities not available in other parts of the nation. From the history of the Liberty Bell to the vibrant delicatessens, there's something for every taste.

The Liberty Bell Center in Philadelphia offers a number of things to do while learning about the state's unique history. The center houses a powerful reminder of early American history, and exhibits designed for both adults and children inform patrons about the importance of the bell itself. The Eastern State Penitentiary Historic site combines knowledge with entertainment as well. The knowledgeable guides provide informative tours throughout the year, and a large Halloween celebration takes place in late October.

The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent takes a more scholarly look at the city's history, and Franklin Square in the heart of the city offers miniature golf and street vendors nestled alongside historical statues and plaques. The Edgar Allan Poe House offers many things to do on its tour into the past and the mind of one of America's most powerful literary influences, and the Big Bus Company takes people back to a day before the hustle and bustle of modern travel. The local buses provide a sight worthy to be on the cover of any guide to Philadelphia.

Foodies can turn to many different restaurants for satisfaction in Philadelphia, but the two biggest draws are the city's famous deli subs and sandwiches. Cosmi's Deli offers traditional Philadelphia cheesesteaks alongside fresh cuts of meats and crisp vegetables, and Pat's King of Steaks provides deals on combinations of melted cheese and mouthwatering meats into the late hours of the night.

Philadelphia guide publications can lead patrons to many of the city's major attractions, but the heart of the city lies in the enjoyment gained by actually experiencing all the city has to offer.

Foodies can turn to many different restaurants for satisfaction in Philadelphia, but the two biggest draws are the city's famous deli subs and sandwiches.
 

InterAct Theatre Company – Up to 51% Off Plays

InterAct Theatre Company

$100 $49

Live_logo

World-premiere plays set in Pennsylvania explore responsibility, family, and nationality in an increasingly globalized world

Up to 60% Off Urban-Race Entry

Tir Na Nog

$50 $20

Teams race on foot past city landmarks, solving clues and tackling obstacles for a chance at cash and other prizes

Up to 50% Off Admission to Philadelphia Sports & Education Expo

Pennsylvania Convention Center

$20 $10

Learn about health and wellness including sports and higher education through speakers, interactive activities, and a college planning fair

EgoPo Classic Theatre – Up to 40% Off Three Plays

EgoPo Classic Theatre

$80 $48

Live_logo

Repertory theater's 2013–14 season puts provocative spins on a series of Henrik Ibsen classics

BalletFleming – Up to 52% Off

Multiple Locations

$21 $10

Live_logo

Classic Brothers Grimm tale comes alive through choreography; Baroque music inspires modern dance

Hand-Roll Savory Pasta and Feast with Russet's Head Chef

Philadelphia

$85 $85

Award-winning chef Andrew Wood shows you how to hand-craft your own pasta before you taste your work in family-style, seasonal dinner

Up to 42% Off Major League Ultimate Frisbee Games

Multiple Locations

$17 $10

Live_logo

In its second season as a competitor in Major League Ultimate, the Philadelphia Spinners square off against teams from across the east coast

Up to 60% Off Exotic-Car Experience

Wells Fargo Center

$249.99 $99

Motorists take three laps around autocross course in a Ferrari or Lamborghini after receiving instruction

Up to 48% Off Children's Summer Camp

Philadelphia

$325 $169

Hip hop, gymnastics, yoga & other fitness classes join science activities, pool and park time, drama classes, and field trips during camp