Things To Do In Philadelphia

Up to 67% Off Bowling at Erie Lanes

Erie Lanes

Juniata Park- Philadelphia

$54.50 $18


Customers spend two hours bowling in the sprawling, brightly colored facility, which features plenty of bumper-bowling lanes just for kids

Up to 60% Off Exotic-Car Experience

Imagine Lifestyles

Wells Fargo Center

$249.99 $99

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

The Franklin Institute – Up to 46% Off

The Franklin Institute

The Franklin Institute

$18.50 $10


Explore interactive exhibits that uncover the secrets of the brain, history's greatest inventions, and the biology and physics of the circus

Up to 54% Off Citizens Bank Park Spartan Sprint

Spartan Races


$140 $65

Strength, stamina, and resolve are tested by obstacles ranging from climbing walls to muddy landscapes

55% Off Recording-Studio Rental

Above Entertainment


$100 $45

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

52% Off Roller Rink Package for Two or Four

Rolling Thunder Skating Center

NE Philadelphia

$27 $13

Skate around the rink, hop on one of the amusement rides, play skee-ball at the arcade, and enjoy snacks at the cafeteria with friends

45% Off Needlework Classes

Things Taja Sews

Redeem from Home

$109 $60

Local businesses like this one promote thriving, distinctive communities by offering a rich array of goods and services to locals like you

Half Off Artwork by Brooke Lanier

Brooke Lanier Fine Art

Brooke Lanier Studio

$100 $50

Artist Brooke Lanier's idiosyncratic paintings range from text-based art to depictions of imaginary landscapes

Up to 53% Off Beginners' Drawing Classes

Bucks County Classical Arts Center

On Location

$165 $79

Arts center founder John Murdoch and his advanced students teach new artists how to draw lines and shapes, shade, and express through sketch

50% Off 5K Race Registration

Pretty Fly For a 5K

Eakins Oval

$50 $25

Nostalgic 5K brings back the colors, tunes, and snacks of the 90's in a fun, untimed charity run

50% Off The 1st Philadelphia NotWedding Event

The NotWedding

Power Plant Productions

$30 $15

Guests attend a mock wedding complete with ceremony and dinner to sample wedding vendors' talents and gain inspiration for their own big day

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

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

48% Off The National Basketball Academy Court Stars Summer Camp

The National Basketball Academy

World's Gym NE Philly

$265 $139

Kids develop their skills through fun drills, contests, and games; includes a T-shirt and basketball

Tour Old City's Restaurants and Historic Sites with a Foodie

Food and History Tour


$39.99 $39.99

Jeffrey Diaz guides groups to an Iron Chef's restaurant, the Liberty Bell, and Independence Hall

Up to 51% Off Kids' Summer Fit Camp

Summer Fit CAMP


$170 $89

Each day of camp, children participate in sports and fitness activities including basketball, flag football, swimming, and dance

Splash Fest 2 – Up to 41% Off DJ Pool Party

Splash Fest 2

Bamboo Bar

$22.09 $13


Dance and cool off in a pool at an outdoor show featuring dance DJs from the UK and Australia, including Dodge & Fuski and Uberjakd

Hand-Paint Your Own Stationery Cards with a Lifelong Artist

Paint-Your-Own Stationery Class

Bella Vista - Southwark

$35 $35

Painter and illustrator Liz Moorhead teaches you how to mix, blend, and paint with watercolors to create personalized stationery cards

Up to 46% Off Guided Tour of Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion

Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion


$14 $8

Guides lead groups through 17-room restored Victorian mansion

Up to 45% Off to Shofuso Japanese House & Garden

Shofuso Japanese House & Garden

Fairmount Park

$29 $16


Traditional-style Japanese house and garden features koi pond and structures, showcasing the history of Japanese culture in Philadelphia

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Property Location
With a stay at Loews Philadelphia Hotel, you'll be centrally located in Philadelphia, steps from Free Library of Philadelphia and Reading Terminal Market. This 4-star hotel is within close proximity of Pennsylvania Convention Center and Jefferson University Hospital.

Make yourself at home in one of the 581 air-conditioned guestrooms. Wireless Internet access (surcharge) is available to keep you connected. Bathrooms have complimentary toiletries and hair dryers. Conveniences include safes and desks, as well as multi-line phones with voice mail.

Rec, Spa, Premium Amenities
Treat yourself with massages, body treatments, and facials. If you're looking for recreational opportunities, you'll find a health club, an indoor pool, and a sauna. Additional features include concierge services, supervised childcare/activities, and gift shops/newsstands.

Enjoy a meal at a restaurant, or stay in and take advantage of the hotel's 24-hour room service. At the end of the day, relax with your favorite drink at a bar/lounge.

Business, Other Amenities
Featured amenities include a 24-hour business center, audiovisual equipment, and express check-out. Event facilities at this hotel consist of conference/meeting rooms, small meeting rooms, and a ballroom. Parking (subject to charges) is available onsite.

1200 Market St

An extraordinarily unique attraction that takes up several square blocks in the middle of Philadelphia’s mostly residential Fairmount neighborhood, Eastern State Penitentiary Historic Site tells the story of its nearly 150-year history well. The penitentiary, opened in 1829, had solitary-confinement cellblocks that radiated out from a central point likes wheel spokes, with each cell lit by a skylight. While the site closed as a working prison in 1971, the grounds began daily historic tours in 1994, allowing visitors to roam through much of the soaring, vaulted, crumbling facility that briefly held Al Capone as an inmate. Guided tours and self-guided audio tours are included with admission, but it should be noted that the site is not for children under seven. Besides the hefty and sometimes haunting narrative of the place, the penitentiary lacks both heat and air conditioning, and comes with plenty of rusty, uneven surfaces.

2027 Fairmount Ave

The expert fitness instructors at Sweat Fitness's Philadelphia-area locations help students of all ages and fitness levels track down svelter silhouettes with Precor training equipment and fat-roasting classes—including yoga, Pilates, spinning, Zumba, and kickboxing. Committed to fostering a supportive community for all fit seekers, the trainers devote individual attention to each patron to help them meet their fitness goals. Clients first undergo a body-fat analysis to assess their preworkout fitness level and to help them gauge their progress throughout their journey. During group sweat sessions, patrons can tone their bodies in classes such as Group Power and Power Pump, which blast subdermal meat suits via squats, lunges, and curls. A full aquatics center welcomes guests to dive into relatively narwhal-free waters for swimming lessons, triathlon training, and pool parties.

45 N 3rd St

Colors & Bottles' founder Jessica Burley and her band of talented local artists are dedicated to supporting local emerging talent and businesses through art instruction held at nearby venues. Their resident artists travel to local eateries and art galleries, where they teach students of all skill levels to fashion dimensional masterpieces through step-by-step instruction. They also kindle creativity during private parties held at the location of your choice, asking only that the destination be outfitted with enough tables, chairs, and paint-by-numbers templates of the Sistine Chapel ceiling for all invitees. Colors & Bottles has received a nod for their engagingly creative events on The Ellen DeGeneres Show and within the pages of the Columbus Dispatch.

1525 South Street

Shecky's Girls Night Out makes planning a social outing between friends easy with its dozens of fashion, jewelry, and beauty product displays and samples to peruse. Having started as a published guide to New York City nightlife, Shecky's now stages stylish shindigs across the country and has garnered nationwide notice from media outlets—including Bloomberg News —for its ladies-only soirees. Drawing on its roots as a party-planning brain trust, Shecky’s relies on a talented staff to augment vendor wares with complimentary snacks and cocktails, goody bags, and makeovers. Take a peek at one of Shecky’s past events, where, like the locker room at a WNBA game, men are conspicuously absent.

100 East Penn Square

The term EgoPo derives from the French for the physical self, and it's more than the name of a theater—it's an acting style. The work of EgoPo's thespians is intense, and the physical and vocal training is grueling. It's not a place where actors waltz into auditions with new head-shots and freshly minted business cards that say, "Up-and-Coming Professional Actor." At EgoPo, the permanent team trains year-round until they become a theatrical organism, capable of rewarding viewers who tire of the same old summer stock. Although "classic" is in their name, EgoPo's productions typically skirt tradition in favor of provocation in visceral performances.

1245 Pierce Street