I don't know about you, however I love to get out and explore my city and the surrounding areas.I especially like inexpensive or free things to do on a hot summer day/night. In this list you
Leaves are starting to fall. It's jacket weather outside. The excitement of Halloween lingers (even though Holiday displays are prematurely in the stores). The initial excitement of Back to School is wearing off and the winter holidays are too far away to keep your kids excited for the now. Other than Trick-or-Treating on the 31st, how DO you keep your family entertained throughout the month of October?
Every year there are SO many options from the annual, well-known haunts to the off the beaten path activities. There is truly something for everyone IF you know where to look! That's where I come in!
Linvilla Orchards (various)
Old City Fest - October 11th
Philadelphia Parks and Recreation - Fall Outdoor Experiences (various)
Harry Potter Festival in Chestnut Hill - October 16-17th
Halloween Days and Spooky Knights Weekends at The Pennsylvania Renaissance Faire
Halloween Hooplah at The Please Touch Museum - Multiple Dates
Halloween In Manayunk - October 24th
East Passyunk Fall Fest and Spooky Saturday - October 24th
Boo At The Zoo - Multiple Dates
Terror Behind The Walls at Eastern State Penitentary *Be Sure to Check Out Family Nights for Ages 7-12*
Halloween Spooktacular at Sesame Place - Weekends Through November 1st
Shrek The Musical Jr. at The Walnut Street Theater - Multiple Dates
Shady Brook Farm Pumpkin Fest (various)
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