Fun Things to Do in Delaware County PA and Surrounding Areas This Weekend 10/1 – 10/3

Fun Things to Do in Delaware County PA and Surrounding Areas This Weekend 10/1 – 10/3

*Please note that changes can occur at anytime to any of these events due to safety regulations and Social Distancing precautions or weather. Be sure to check with each venue and keep up to date on their social media pages for updates, changes, closures and more. Also be sure to check individual pages **

Looking for places to walk or hike? Check out our round up of Delaware County PA and Surrounding Area Trails, Parks and Places to Walk and Hike HERE

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  • Delaware Children’s Museum’s “$5 After 5pm”  featuring special extended hours until 8pm, unique programming, and discounted pricing for guests visiting after 5pm. Thursdays and Fridays will never be the same! Museum hours on Thursdays and Fridays will be 10am – 8pm, with admission starting at just $5 per person after 5pm (DCM Members are free). Details HERE
  • Family Story Time at Ridley Township Public Library Friday October 1st 10 AM – 10:30 AM for ages 0-5Bring a blanket and join us for stories and music.  Classes will be held either outdoors in the courtyard or in the large meeting room.  Registration for this program will open one weeks prior to event.  When held indoors, masks are required for ages 2+.  Details and registration info HERE
  • Fall Family Storytime Friday October 1st 10:30 AM – 11:00 AM at Rachel Kohl Community Library This storytime will be outside, weather permitting, please bring blankets or chairs if you can and spread out to socially distance. Details HERE
  • Outdoor Storytime at Crum Creek Park Friday October 1st 11 AM – 11:30 AM Join Mr. Scott for a socially distant outdoor storytime!  We will read books, sing songs, and do some movement activities. Bring a blanket or chairs if you would like! Please follow CDC guidlines for masking.  In the event of bad weather or the threat of bad weather, storytime will be cancelled for the day. Please check your email the day of the storytime if things are looking iffy. Registration is per family/group, not individual. Little Crum Creek Park is located at the corner of Swarthmore Ave. and Cresson Ave.” Details HERE
  • Farmer’s Market Story Time! Friday October 1st 4 PM – 4:45 PM For all ages! Join Miss Angela from Newtwon Public Library, or Miss Elena from Marple Public Library for some stories and songs at Newtown Square’s Farmer’s Market! Stay and shop their many local vendors! Every Friday in June. Find us next to St. Alban’s Church. Please register so we know how many to expect and can practice social distancing. Details HERE
  • Food Truck Friday! Friday October 1st 5 PM – 8 PM  535 Washington Ave, Media, PA 19063
    Food trucks and firetrucks. Bring the family- we’ve got tables set up so folks can eat together and eat with neighbors. Never know who you might bump into! What could be better?
    This months lineup includes:
    Plum Pit
    Owls Water Ice and Treat Details HERE
  • Brick Fest Live at Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks Saturday Oct 2nd and Sunday Oct 3rd 100 Station Ave. Oaks PA Details and ticket info HERE
  • Fall Wildlife Photowalk with Ned Levi at the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge Saturday October 2nd 8 AM – 12 PM “The photowalk is during the fall season as landscapes in the Refuge are changing. The photowalk is free and open to the general public.
    The theme of the Photowalk is Landscape and Foliage photography tips.
    Meet me at the Visitor Center of the John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge. We’ll leave promptly at 8am.
    For those who haven’t been with me on a Heinz Refuge photowalk before: We’ll be walking on level terrain on paved, gravel and dirt paths for about 3-4 miles. It’s an easy walk! Wear comfortable walking or hiking shoes. I wear hiking boots myself. Make sure you take some water with you. It’s a good idea to wear a hat.
    Birds have keen eye-sight, especially for bright and neon colors, so please, no Phillies or Flyers caps or uniform tops. Leave your reds, yellows, oranges and neon colored clothing in your closet for other activities.
    Due to the Pandemic, no equipment sharing please, except between members of the same household. Social distancing is required. Thanks.” Details HERE
  • 26th Annual Haverford Township Community Day Saturday October 2nd 8:30 AM – 4 PM Community celebration that includes a parade, live music and entertainment, great food, flea market and craft fair. Details HERE and HERE (Thank you, Kristin L.!)
  • 7th Annual Rally for Rocco Bake Sale Saturday October 2nd 9 AM – 1 PM at 927 Mitchell Ave, Morton, PA “Calling all bakers and those who like sweets! Please come join us on Saturday October 2nd for our 7th Annual Rally for Rocco Bake Sale. The Rally for Rocco Foundation supports families in the local community who are suffering from Pediatric Cancer, while doing our best to spread awareness. This is an easy way to participate, simply stop in with your friends and family, enjoy a cup of coffee and some delicious treats. There will even be some whole cakes available if you have a gathering that weekend!! ” Details HERE
  • 2021 Swarthmore Presbyterian Church Fall Fair Saturday October 2nd 9 AM – 2:30 PM 727 Harvard Avenue, Swarthmore, PA  The fair offers fantastic finds in Collectibles, Vintage Clothing, and the Jewelry & Accessories Boutique, as well as bountiful bargains in Children’s Toys & Games, Sports Equipment, and Pumpkins & Mums. Food offerings will include fresh and homemade Seafood, Lemonade, Salads, Scotch Eggs, Pantry Sweets & Snacks, Franklin Fountain Shakes, Kids Kuisine, Oma’s Spring Rolls, and, of course, Coffee. Come hungry! The Kids Corner (near the playground) will feature pumpkin bowling, a potato sack race, mask and crown making, kindness rocks, and even a dance contest! Please invite friends and neighbors. Proceeds help support SPC’s many mission partners and services, both locally and globally. Thank you for being a part of this.
    *Collectibles, Jewelry, and Coffee will be ready for business at 9:00 am. Most other offerings at 10:00 am. Details HERE
  • Chester River Festival at Subaru Park Saturday October 2nd 10 AM – 3 PM “Join us for family fun and watershed learning along the Delaware River Waterfront beside Subaru Park in Chester, PA. Try your hand at water quality testing, take a tour of the stadium to learn how the turf is sustainably managed, and visit the nearby community garden. There will be crafts, music, pizza, and more fun for the whole family!” Details HERE
  • Truck & Tractor Day at Winterthur Museum, Garden & Library Saturday October 2nd 10 AM – 4 PM 5105 Kennett Pike, Winterthur, DE Kids big and small—come on out for a day of farm-style fun! Get up close to trucks and tractors, check out other vehicles and equipment, suit up in firefighter gear, take a hayride, and even milk a mechanical cow! Details HERE
  • 170th St. David’s Episcopal Church Country Fair Saturday October 2nd 10 AM – 4 PM at St. David’s Episcopal Church 763 South Valley Forge Rd, Wayne, PA Featuring: Flea Market Finds, Auction Tent Sale, Kids’ Activities, Goodies to Go and much more! Details HERE
  • Liberty Flea at Cherry Street Pier in Philadelphia Saturday October 2nd 10 AM – 5 PM  Liberty Flea is a collection of the top Vintage and Artisan vendors in the Philadelphia area. This is the place to shop for antiques, home decor, furniture, vintage clothing, and hand made artisan goods! Details HERE
  • Aston Community Day & Business Expo  Saturday October 2nd 10:30 AM The Aston Business and Community Expo will be held Saturday, October 2, 2021 to benefit Aston Township Police, Fire, EMS & Fire Police. We invite ALL Aston Township businesses to participate. (raindate: Saturday, October 9, 2021) Details HERE
  • Ardmore Business Association OPEN HOUSE & Dog Parade at Schauffele Plaza Saturday October 2nd 11 AM – 4 PM  Free community event in Ardmore and Suburban Square for the entire family including the dog! We begin the day with our COSTUME DOG PARADE in Schauffele Plaza followed by music, face painting, balloon artist, jugglers, man on stilts, sidewalk sales, food specials and more all throughout Ardmore. FREE PARKING sponsored by Firstrust Bank. Premier Sponsor Armen Chevrolet. PRIZES will be awarded at the Costume Dog Parade for: Best Duo Human/Dog, Best Trick, Best Homemade Costume, Funniest Costume, Best Movie/Show Costume, Largest Dog, Smallest Dog, Prettiest Dog Details HERE
  • Autumn Bounty Festival at terrain (Glen Mills PA and Devon PA locations) Saturday October 2nd 11 AM – 4 PM “Join us to usher in the harvest season with our annual Autumn Bounty Festival! We’ll be celebrating with 3 weekends of family-friendly fun!” Details HERE and HERE
  • Aston Township Community Day 2021 (for Aston residents) Saturday October 2nd 11 AM – 2:30 PM (rain date: Oct 9, 2021) Community Day begins with a parade from Neumann University (Neumann Drive) starting at 9:00 am (check-in 8:00 am). The parade will proceed along Concord Road to the Aston Township Community Center . The parade will feature local community groups and organizations, as well as, musical entertainment. Inside the community center, the Annual Business Expo will be held for all Aston businesses and organizations interested in displaying their products and services. Other community festivities will be held outside. There will be free rides sponsored by Bette’s Bounces, games, food, drinks and contests for everyone to enjoy.” According to webpage, ” Wrist bands can be purchased in advance for a donation of $3 each at the Community Center, Monday through Friday 9:00am – 4:00pm beginning September 1st and ending on October 1st. Wristbands purchased during the day of the event will be $4 each. Proof of Aston residency is required at the time of purchase.” Details HERE
  • Frozen Jr. Oct. 2nd 11:30 AM at Media Theater ( show runs Oct 3, 2021 – Oct 24, 2021) Details and ticket info HERE
  • 11th Annual Italian American Heritage Festival at Rose Tree Park Media, PA Saturday October 2nd 11:30 AM – 6:30 PM A celebration of everything Italian. Great Food, Vendors and Music. Details HERE and HERE
  • 130TH Anniversary and Engine 23 Housing Parade hosted by Media Fire Company Saturday October 2nd 12 PM 11 South Jackson Street, Media, PA Parade will be starting at 12:00 pm at State and Edgmont Street going west on State Street towards Jackson Street pass Media Fire Company. Once the parade is complete, the housing ceremonies will begin. Details HERE (Thanks Gabriella K.!)
  • 9th Annual Nether Providence Township Family Fun Day Saturday October 2nd 12 PM – 3 PM at Strath Haven Middle School Food, Fun, Music, Games, Pony rides, petting zoo, moonbounce, rock wall, obstacle course and more. Details HERE
  • Safety Weekend at Elmwood Park Zoo Saturday October 2nd 12 PM – 3 PM & Sunday October 3rd 12 PM – 3 PM 1661 Harding Blvd Norristown, PA Attention all young heroes! Join us Saturday and Sunday from 12:00pm – 3:00pm as we learn all about safety and the heroes that serve our community! *This event is free to attend with zoo admission. Details and zoo ticket info HERE
  • Upper Darby International Festival 2021 Saturday October 2nd 1 PM – 5 PM 100 Garrett Rd, Upper Darby, PA (rain date is Sunday, October 3). Join for food, music, activities, art, and more as we celebrate our community’s rich cultural diversity. Details HERE
  • Giant Flea Market at Delaware County Community College hosted by Delco News Network Sunday October 3rd 8 AM – 3 PM (Rain date Sunday Oct 10th) Over 150 vendors, food and refreshments, free parking and more.
  • Bird Walk with Mary Ellen Krober  Sunday October 3rd 9 AM – 11 AM at John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge At Tinicum 8601 Lindbergh Boulevard., Philadelphia, PA Take an educational walk with one of our knowledgeable volunteers! Discover the 300+ species of birds that use the Refuge during their migration routes – each week guarantee different species! Walk will meet by visitor center and be at a relaxed paced on flat surfaces. There are restrooms and a water fountain near the trailhead. No registration required Details HERE
  • Springfield Rocks! (aka Springfield Family Day Festival) Sunday October 3rd 12 PM 50 Powell Rd, Springfield, PA 19064 The Junkyard Band is excited to be playing at this year’s Springfield Rocks Festival! This is a family-friendly event so be sure to bring the whole family on what is sure to be a fabulous day of food, friends and great music! Details HERE
  • Fall Foliage Express Sunday October 3, 10, 17, Nov 7 12PM & 2PM at West Chester Railroad 230 E Market St, West Chester, PA Enjoy a brisk fall afternoon along the picturesque Chester Creek Valley from our heated train as we take you on a 90 minute journey back in time to the village of Glen Mills and return. Details and ticket info HERE
  • Lansdowne Arts on the Avenue Festival Sunday October 3rd 12 PM – 6 PM
    The Lansdowne Economic Development Corporation (LEDC) is proud to present the Lansdowne Arts on the Avenue Festival on Sunday, October 3rd, 2021. Starting at noon through 6 pm, Lansdowne Avenue will become a pedestrian-only thoroughfare between E. LaCrosse and Baltimore Avenues. Centered in the heart of our historic downtown, this new and exciting street festival is expected to draw more than 3,000 people for a full day of music, makers, craft brew, food trucks, and more. This year’s event grew out of the Lansdowne Arts Festival, a perennial favorite in Lansdowne.
    *This is a rain or shine event – no rain date. We will be following all local COVID guidelines in place at the time of the festival. Details HERE
  • St. Bernadette Outdoor Holiday Market at St. Bernadette School Sunday October 3rd 1 PM – 4 PM at 1001 Turner Avenue, Drexel Hill, PAJoin us for the St. Bernadette Home & School Outdoor Holiday Market (formerly Bazaar), on Sunday, October 3rd from 1-4 pm in the school parking lot. (Rain date – Oct. 10th)Handmade gifts, home decor, sweet treats and more! Shop fall items and get a head start on your Christmas shopping while supporting local vendors, admission to the event is FREE. Food will be available for purchase, featuring hot sandwiches from Bria & Latella’s Italian American Kitchen and Sam’s Boardwalk Pizza. Featuring: Thirty one gifts (Lori’s Crazy Bag Ladies), Brynlee’s Boutique, Scentsy, Hats by Kathy, Alphabet Photography by Michelle Jordan, J Student Photography, You Nailed it with Sheila /Color Street; Teresa McNally crafts; Jolina boutique leggings; SharpsPierSugar; Vintage Treasures By C and Me; Crafty Colleen; Alphabet Photography by Michelle Jordan; Mary Begnardi Artist; Elizabeth Peyton Creations,llc; “Bagged & Tagged”- Country Crafts; Purple Villa Decor; Wreaths By Gigi; Mija Crystal Design; Tastefully Simple; Christmas earrings & decorations; Matilda Jane Clothing;Noble Neen Soaps and Candles;H2o at home;The leggings project benefiting CHOP;Fire and Water Art; Mon’s Momtique,Rolling Giraffe, Cold Process Soaps & Soy Candles, Johnny Cakes- Gluten Free Baked Goods,Chic candles by Chelsey,Knights of Columbus- baked goods/fundraiser, Teacher-made crafts, Usborne Books, DOCs (dog collars, Bandanas, bow ties and accessories), DARICE LEANN Mary Kay,Home to Home Designs,Broadway memorabilia, dsquaredcrafts, Made With Grac(i)e, Pink Cloud Soap Artisan soaps and more!” Details HERE and HERE
  • Pumpkinland and Farm Market at Linvilla Orchards September 11 – November 7th Harvest Hayrides, Straw Bale Maze, Train, Corn Maze, Pony Rides, Apple Blasters, Hayrides to the Witches House at Night, Evening Autumn Moon Hayrides and more! Details HERE
  • Harvest Hayride at Araspaha Farms  SEPT. 25th– OCT. 31st SATURDAY AND SUNDAY 10:00 A.M.-4:00 P.M. at 1835 Middletown Rd, Glen Mills PA Details, ticket info and schedule HERE
  • 14th Annual Scarecrow Walk at Morris Arboretum October 2nd through October 31st 100 E. Northwestern Avenue Philadelphia, PA“Morris Arboretum’s Scarecrow Walk is coming back for its 14th year, and in recognition of those who show courage and care when faced with fright, this year’s theme is Heroes! Scarecrows have been designed in honor of beloved superhero characters, essential workers, and best friends—heroes come in all forms! Scarecrows will be on display throughout the Arboretum from October 2 through October 31. Visitors will vote for their favorite scarecrow online to determine the winners.  The top three scarecrows win a cash prize – top prize is $250.” Details and ticket info HERE
  • LEGOLAND Philadelphia Brick-or-Treat Event October 2nd – November 14th 500 West Germantown Pike Plymouth Meeting, PA Boo! Celebrate the spookiest time of the year at LEGOLAND Discovery Center Philadelphia! Create your own LEGO pumpkin, meet LEGOLAND’S Halloween mascot, Bonesy, enjoy a Miniland scavenger hunt, Share your creations on social using #BrickorTreat and more! Details and ticket info HERE
  • Hay Maze on the Greenfield Lawn at Dilworth Park in Philadelphia opens October 1st The Albert M. Greenfield Lawn celebrates the arrival of autumn with a limited time pop-up the whole family can enjoy! This unique experience, presented by Dunkin’, provides urban dwellers the opportunity to enjoy fall on the farm without leaving the city. Details HERE
  • Cherry Crest Adventure Farm 150 Cherry Hill Rd, Ronks, PA Pick-Your-Own Pumpkins, Corn Maze, Pumpkins, Attractions & more Details and ticket info HERE
  • Scarecrows in the Village at Peddler’s Village September 6th – October 30th 2400 Street Road
    New Hope, PA 
    Enjoy fun fall activities, including our annual Scarecrow-Making Workshops (reserve your spot online) and pumpkin painting, live entertainment every weekend, and delicious fall-inspired specials at Village restaurants. Don’t forget to vote for your favorite Scarecrows! Details HERE
  • TRICK-OR-TREAT TRAIN at DiDonato’s Family Fun Center 2021 Dates: September 25, 26
    October 2, 3, 9, 10 11, 16, 17, 23, 24 Saturday and Sunday Hours: 12:00 pm – 5:00 pm October 11: 12:00 pm – 4:00 pm at
    1151 South White Horse Pike Hammonton, NJ

    This little goblin-friendly Halloween outdoor train ride will leave the whole family laughing and gasping for more! Tricks, treats, and surprises are included for kids and grownups! Your admission includes:
    Train ride through a little-goblin friendly Halloween Town
    Halloween Hay Maze
    Pumpkin from our Pumpkin Patch
    Endless Fun on the giant slide
    Individually Wrapped Treat
    Meet & Greet and photo op with the Local Witch
    Toy Market will be on site at their Pop-up Snack & Toy Cottage
    Endless play, climbing, imagination-building, and fun on our custom-made, interactive train, and more!
    Game of Bowling & one shoe rental with socks for $6 per person at the door
    …and more!
    Cost: ALL INCLUDED for $12.95 per person*
    *Plus Simpletix Ticketing fee
    Tickets purchased at the door will be $14.95 per ticket
    Recommend purchasing tickets online as we do sell-out. They do sell a limited amount of tickets every 15 minutes to offer a safe, fun experience for everyone! Details HERE
  • Fall Fest at Creamy Acres Saturdays Beginning Sept 25th through October. Also open Columbus Day Fall Fest is back!!! Come on down to the farm for a day filled with hayrides, pumpkin picking, wandering our cornfield maze, riding the cow train, visiting our barnyard, climbing tire mountain, riding pedal cars, saving the farm from zombies at our paintball shoot out and more!! Fun for the whole family!! $12.00 per person includes all day access to the farm park, hayride to pumpkin patch and corn field maze!! Details HERE
  • Fall Fest at Shady Brook Farm Wednesdays – Sundays through October 31st 931 Stoney Hill Rd. Yardley, PA ALL NEW Eerie Illuminations Halloween light show (starting Sept 24) – INCLUDED in FallFest admission!, Wagon rides, 5 acre Corn Maze honoring the 20th anniversary of 9-11, Sunflowers (while supplies last) – $3/ea, 5 for $10, 10 for $15, Apple picking* (while supplies last) – $1.49/lb., Pumpkin picking – $0.75/lb., LIVE music (weekends), Bonfires, activities, entertainment and more. Details and ticket info HERE
  • Diggerfest – Fall Festival at Diggerland Sept. 25 to Nov. 7 at100 Pinedge Ct, West Berlin, NJ Enjoy live music, specialty food, hay rides and plenty of fun and games. NEW THIS YEAR: Car extraction thanks to the Medford Fire Department for Fire Prevention Week, petting zoo thanks to Farm Friends LLC, Circus Stella two-day performance and returning Hell On Wheels BMX stunt show. Details and ticket info HERE
  • Franklin Fright October 1st – 31st at The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia Spooky live science shows, Halloween-inspired décor, and the return of the ever-popular museum-wide indoor trick-or-treating adventure takes place every weekend in October. New this year, meet Dr. Franklinstein, joined by her science sidekicks for one of several all-new live science shows. Watch as they perform explosive experiments, dastardly demonstrations, and spooky science with frighteningly funny results! Details and ticket info HERE
  • Fall Fest at Morgan’s Pier in Philadelphia through October 30th at 221 N. Christopher Columbus Blvd., Philadelphia PA  Al fresco dining going into the fall with the return of Morgan’s Pier Fall Fest. Located on the picturesque waterfront with the background view next to the Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Morgan’s Pier will present six weeks of great fall views, pumpkin carving, completely new fall food and drink menus, and fall festival decor. Fall Fest will remain open seven days a week. Fall Fest will feature all the vibes, a brand new food menu, pumpkin carving, fall cocktails, hot spiked beverages, live entertainment, Oktoberfest and a Halloween Party (on October 30th). Reservations are recommended for table service; walk-ins are welcome for all bar areas. Reservations can be made by using the Resy app or visiting Guests are invited to pick their perfect pumpkin from the Pier’s Pumpkin Patch for only $5/$10, with carving kits provided for an idealistic Fall afternoon on the riverfront;  Pumpkin Carving: Pumpkin carving is available Mon-Fri 4pm-8pm and Saturdays and Sundays  11am-5pm . Pick a pumpkin from the Pier’s patch and snag a carving kit to make a stoop-worthy creation for just $5 or $10. Additional entertainment, including live acoustic music, and DJ entertainment is also scheduled every weekend on Thursday nights, Friday happy hour and night, Saturday day and night, and Sunday day. (Information courtesy of Aversa PR) 
  • Spooky Mini Golf at Franklin Square in Philadelphia Nightly October 1st – 31st 6 – 10 PM Fog, lights, music, and frightening surprises await at every hole as you navigate the 18-hole course featuring reproductions of Philadelphia icons and landmarks. TICKETS: $15 Adults, $12 Children (not recommended for small children) Details HERE
  • Nightmare Before Tinsel Halloween Pop-up Bar (21 and older) now through October 31st at 116 S. 12th St. Philadelphia PA “Among the ghosts that still haunt the space – including the ghosts of Tinsel’s past – look for eerie ambiance, scary photo opps, witches bru cocktails, seasonal fall beers, costumed bartenders, and tons of frights and flights. For 2021, Nightmare Before Tinsel will debut its new season theme with The Devil’s Lair where The Devil of Midtown Village invites visitors on a trip to the underworld they won’t ever forget. Nightmare will remain open through October 31, 20121 with hours set for Monday through Friday, 4:00pm to 2:00am, and Saturday and Sunday, 2:00pm to 2:00am.” Details HERE 
  • Halloween Nights at Eastern State Penitentiary Open select nights, Sept. 24 through Nov. 13 at 2027 Fairmount Avenue Philadelphia, PA  Halloween Nights consists of 15 attractions:…and more surprises in store!
    • 2 haunted houses (scary!)
    • 3 immersive walk-through experiences (not scary)
    • 3 live, interactive performances
    • 4 themed bars and lounges
    • 3 opportunities to explore the penitentiary’s cellblocks, history, and relevance today (including NEW, exclusive narration by actor Steve Buscemi!) Details and ticket info HERE
  • Bates Motel and Haunted Hayride Select dates and times Sept 24th through Oct 31st 1835 N. Middletown Road Glen Mills, PA Details and ticket info HERE
  • Dalton Farms U-Pick Sunflowers 660 Oak Grove Rd Swedesboro, NJ Tickets are currently posted through September 19th Details and ticket info HERE
  • The Stories We Wear Opening Celebration at the Penn Museum on view: September 25, 2021–June 12, 2022 at 3260 South Street Philadelphia, PA “Showcasing 2,500 years of style and adornment through approximately 250 remarkable objects, The Stories We Wear reveals how clothing and accessories offer powerful expressions of identity—examining the purpose and meaning behind what we wear. Discover a spectacular array of attire, jewelry, uniforms, regalia, and tattoos. Explore common threads woven throughout stories that transcend language, culture, and time.” 
    Details HERE
  • PA Renaissance Faire August 21st – October 31st Details and ticket info HERE.
  • Candytopia – Philadelphia 901 Market Street #1150 Philadelphia, PA Details and ticket info HERE
  • Insta Philly Instagrammable Photo Experience  219 Market Street – Philadelphia, PA Details and ticket info HERE
  • The Garden Railway at Morris Arboretum opens daily May 29 through October 11. Runs weekdays 10am – 5pm and weekends 9am – 5pm “The Garden Railway display is a miniature world with a quarter mile track running through it. It features loops and tunnels, bridges and trestles and all of the small-scale buildings are created entirely of natural materials.” Details, tickets and more info HERE
  • Pick Your Own at Linvilla Orchards Pick-Your-Own is open Monday-Friday from 8AM – 4PM and Saturdays and Sundays from 8AM – 5PM.Weather and Crop Permitting. Details, pricing and ticket info HERE
  • Media Farmers Market Sundays 10 AM – 1 PM Edgemont St. between Media Elementary and Barrall Field  every Sunday from now until November from 10am to 1pm. Make sure you plan to come every week – during the growing season new items are arriving at the Market all the time! Details HERE
  • Ship Bottom Brewery Beer Garden at Linvilla Orchards Saturdays and Sundays 12 PM – 6 PM (weather dependent) Food Truck will be onsite each day, Fire Pits & Patio Heaters, Ship Bottom will have a social distance program and contact-less environment in place for your safety.  Seating will be first come first serve. Details HERE
  • Adventure Aquarium Camden NJ – Advance tickets required Details HERE
  • Wonderspaces 27 N 11th St, Philadelphia, PA Details, tickets and hours HERE
  • Please Touch Museum Philadelphia PA Details HERE
  • The Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University Philadelphia PA Advance Reservation Required Details HERE
  • Franklin Square in Philadelphia Details and more HERE
  • Philadelphia Museum of Art Philadelphia, PA Reservations required Details HERE
  • Museum of the American Revolution Philadelphia, PA Reservations required Details HERE
  • Longwood Gardens Kennett Square, PA Advance Tickets Required Details HERE
  • Philadelphia Zoo Philadelphia PA – Experience BIG TIME, Philadelphia Zoo’s new prehistoric exhibit. Advance tickets required Details HERE
  • Elmwood Park Zoo Norristown, PA – Advance tickets required Details HERE
  • Brandywine Zoo Wilmington, DE Details HERE
  • Tyler Arboretum Media, PA Details HERE
  • Morris Arboretum Philadelphia, PA Advance tickets required Details HERE
  • Putt Putt Fun Center 5300 W Baltimore Pike Clifton Heights, PA Details and ticket info HERE
  • Bettes Family Fun Center Aston, PA Details HERE
  • Urban Air Adventure Park Springfield PA Details HERE
  • Sky Zone Glen Mills PA Details HERE
  • Jumpers Family Fun Zone Newtown Square PA Advance Reservations Required Details HERE
  • Arnold’s Family Fun Center Oaks PA Details HERE
  • Diggerland USA West Berlin, NJ Details HERE
  • Strasburg Railroad Ronks PA Advance Tickets required Details HERE
  • Knoebels 391 Knoebels Blvd Route 487 Elysburg, PA Details HERE

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