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Things to Do in Philadelphia This Week & Weekend

Dine Latino Restaurant Week, St. Patrick's Day, the Philly Home Show, Women's History Month and more, March 14-20, 2022

Dine Latino Restaurant Week Photo by Contigo Photography

Travel Responsibly: As the region recovers from COVID-19, safety guidelines have evolved at attractions, restaurants, shops and hotels. Advance tickets or reservations remain recommended or necessary at many spots. Your best bet: Check online or call ahead.

Nearly there! We’ve turned the clocks forward, and we officially welcome spring on Sunday. Before we get there though, it’s another seven days packed with awesome things to do in Greater Philadelphia.

This week, some of the region’s best Latinx-owned restaurants offer can’t-miss dining deals during Dine Latino Restaurant Week. Philly also celebrates St. Patrick’s Day and the start of March Madness.

The Philly Home Show returns to the Pennsylvania Convention Center this weekend. And Philadelphia continues to show the sisterly affection it’s known for with Women’s History Month programming.

Extend the fun by booking the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package, which includes buy-one-get-one-free tickets to 33 Philly museums and attractions, free hotel parking (up to $100) and a comfy bed you don’t have to make.

Keep health and safety top of mind while you’re exploring. Advance tickets and reservations are also highly recommended, and events can be postponed or canceled at any time. Your best bet: Call ahead or check online to get the latest info. Find more info here.

Looking for help with a Philly excursion? Call the Independence Visitor Center to speak with a visitor experience expert at (800) 537-7676 from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m seven days a week. They’ll help you navigate all the great things you can do right now in Greater Philadelphia.

Below, find the best things to do this week and weekend, March 14-20, 2022.

Note: Events in this article are arranged chronologically by section.

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Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition at Fashion District Philadelphia

Silhouettes of people looking at artwork from the Sistine Chapel Silhouettes of people looking at artwork from the Sistine Chapel
— Photo courtesy Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition

Through Friday, March 18, 2022

This week is your last chance to catch this global exhibit — similar to the ongoing Van Gogh Experience at The Tower Theater — that recreates the ceilings of the Sistine Chapel for audiences around the world. Special technology allows visitors to see and interact with the 34 frescoes up close, while on-site signage and optional audio tours provide insights about this world treasure. Plus: Unlike at the Vatican, photos are allowed. Visitors can enter the exhibit on Market Street at the corner of 9th Street.

Where: Fashion District Philadelphia, 901 Market Street

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02

Elmo’s Furry Fun Fest at Sesame Place

Through Sunday, March 20, 2022 (select dates)

It’s the final weekend of this winter-long family fun fest at Sesame Place. The celebration concludes on Saturday and Sunday with Big Bird’s Birthday Pajama Party. Break out your favorite jammies and join the big yellow guy in a celebration to remember. There will be singing, dancing – and of course – plenty of sweet treats.

Where: Sesame Place, 100 Sesame Road, Langhorne

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St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations in Philadelphia

Break out your green garb and shamrocks and check out these St. Patrick’s Day events:

  • St. Patrick’s Day Menu at Patchwork: Inside the Hyatt Centric Center City Philadelphia, the new Patchwork restaurant is serving up a special menu featuring a traditional Irish breakfast, Guinness-braised short ribs and Irish coffee cocktails (through Thursday).
  • A Very St. Paddy’s Day Cocktail Workshop at Art in the Age: Sláinte! Create two Guinness-based cocktails and score some Guinness swag during this hands-on cocktail lesson (Thursday).
  • St. Patrick’s Day Expedition on the Colebrookdale Railroad: Enjoy an evening of Irish revelry aboard the Colebrookdale Railroad. Traditional Irish dinner is served in the cafe and lounge cars (Thursday).

Where: Patchwork, 1620 Chancellor Street

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Art in the Age, 116 N. 3rd Street

Colebrookdale Railroad, 64 S. Washington Street, Boyertown

04

March Madness Events in Greater Philadelphia

Food, beer and foam fingers in front of TVs showing basketball at Sports & Social inside Live! Casino & Hotel Food, beer and foam fingers in front of TVs showing basketball at Sports & Social inside Live! Casino & Hotel
Bracket Madness at Sports & Social — Photo courtesy Live! Casino & Hotel

Philly is set to host the East Regional Sweet 16 and Elite 8 rounds of the NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament later this month. But first, opening-round games tip off this week as March Madness collides with St. Patrick’s Day for a wild mid-week party. Here’s a sampling of where to catch the first-round games:

  • Bracket Madness at Sports & Social in Live! Casino: Games on every screen, $1 Bud Lights and half-price apps? Yep, sounds like March (Tuesday through Sunday). 
  • March Madness at Tradesman's: The madness gets underway in Center City with an early opening, green-glitter beer and sheets — yes, sheets — of nachos (Thursday).
  • March Madness at SET NoLibs: All-day food and drink specials in Northern Liberties for basketball and St. Paddy’s await (Thursday).
  • March Madness at Garage: Garage gets in on the madness with drink specials and a special “Corner 3” cocktail at its Fishtown location. Meanwhile, Garage Passyunk hosts a bracket challenge with a $100 gift card on the line. To participate in the challenge, contact [email protected] (Thursday through Sunday).

Where: Sports & Social in Live! Casino & Hotel Philadelphia, 900 Packer Avenue

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Garage Fishtown, 100 E. Girard Avenue

Garage Passyunk, 1231 E. Passyunk Avenue

Tradesman's, 1322 Chestnut Street

SET NoLibs, 1030 N. 2nd Street

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Women’s History Month Events in Greater Philadelphia

Two young girls play in the Museum of the American Revolution Two young girls play in the Museum of the American Revolution
— Photo courtesy Museum of the American Revolution

March 1-31, 2022 (dates vary by event)

Here’s a sampling of how Philly is honoring women past and present this month:

  • Women’s History Month at the National Constitution Center: A special exhibit, The 19th Amendment: How Women Won the Vote, contains nearly 100 artifacts from the suffrage movement, including a printing of the Declaration of Sentiments from the first women’s convention at Seneca Falls (through March 31). 
  • Women’s History Month at the Museum of the American Revolution: Learn about the many vital roles women played in the Revolutionary War during this month-long celebration (through March 31).
  • Virtual Screening of Harriet: As a part of Philadelphia’s continued Harriet Tubman celebrations, the Office of Arts, Culture and the Creative Economy hosts a virtual screening of the 2019 flick Harriet, starring Cynthia Erivo as the titular figure. Things kick off with opening remarks from reporter and documentarian Karen Warrington (Friday).
  • Meet Frances Harper at the Betsy Ross House: Learn about the life and impact of abolitionist and suffragist Frances Harper, one of the first African American women to be published in the United States (Saturday).
  • Ranger Program: Celebrate Women’s History Month at Independence National Historical Park: In the shadows of Independence Hall, park rangers lead discussions about the radical women who campaigned for female liberty in Philadelphia and beyond (Saturday & Sunday).

Where: National Constitution Center, 525 Arch Street

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Museum of the American Revolution, 101 S. 3rd Street

Betsy Ross House, 239 Arch Street

Walnut & South 5th streets

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Philadelphia Ballet Events

A ballet dancer in midair A ballet dancer in midair
— Photo courtesy Philadelphia Ballet

Philadelphia Ballet is back in a big way with two great events this week:

  • Philadelphia Ballet Celebrates Five Pioneering Black Ballerinas at the Bellevue Hotel: Philadelphia Ballet hosts a conversation with the trailblazing founding members of the Dance Theater of Harlem during this event honoring leading members of the Black dance community (Monday). 
  • Philadelphia Ballet presents Bold, Brilliant, Balanchine at the Academy of Music: Philadelphia Ballet celebrates “the father of American Ballet” George Balanchine with three technically challenging performances that demonstrate the iconic choreographer’s dedication to precision and spacing (March 17-20). 

Where: The Bellevue Hotel, 200 S. Broad Street

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Academy of Music, 240 S. Broad Street

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Mural Arts Philadelphia Launches 2022 Spring Walking Tours

Dates vary by tour

Ready to get your steps in? Mural Arts Philadelphia has launched its full schedule of 2022 spring walking tours, highlighting the artists and stories behind many of the city’s powerful murals. New this year: three brand-new guided tours and a free, self-guided tour that uses your smartphone’s location to map out the nearest works of art. The new guided tours in Germantown, Center City and South Philadelphia bring the total number of Mural Arts’ walking tours to seven. Each 90-minute excursion is rain or shine and must be booked in advance at Muralarts.org/tour.

Where: Various locations including Broad & Tasker streets

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08

Dine Latino Restaurant Week

Adelitas — Photo by Contigo Photography

Organized by the Hispanic Chamber of Commerce, Dine Latino Restaurant Week aims to boost business at the region’s Latinx-owned restaurants, which have been hit particularly hard by the pandemic. The deal is straightforward: Buy two entrees at a participating restaurant and receive an appetizer or dessert for free.

Where: Various locations including Alma del Mar, 1007 S. 9th Street

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09

The Life and Letters of Migration at the Penn Museum

Pulitzer Prize-winning Novelist Viet Thanh Nguyen joins this timely forum on migration from the Wolf Humanities Center. The author, who came to the United States with his family as a refugee during the Vietnam War, speaks with Penn scholars Josephine Park and Dagmawi Woubshet about literature and its intersection with politics, culture and migration.

Where: Harrison Auditorium, Penn Museum, 3260 South Street

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10

A Tribute to Aretha Franklin: The Queen of Soul at the Merriam Theater

A portrait of a young Aretha Franklin A portrait of a young Aretha Franklin
— Photo courtesy Kimmel Center

Musician, vocalist and composer Damien Sneed shows major r-e-s-p-e-c-t to Aretha Franklin during this powerful tribute show. Sneed is joined by celebrated jazz, gospel and soul musicians to perform fresh takes on some of the legendary singer’s biggest hits, including Respect, Think and Natural Woman.

Where: Merriam Theater, 250 S. Broad Street

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Rennie Harris: LIFTED at Penn Live Arts

Performers dance on stage during a performance of Rennie Harris' Lifted show Performers dance on stage during a performance of Rennie Harris' Lifted show
— Photo courtesy Penn Live Arts

Celebrated hip-hop choreographer Rennie Harris puts a modern, stylish spin on the story of Oliver Twist in this loose adaptation that blends house music and gospel choir. The hip-hop narrative follows a young Black man’s journey from toil to triumph and explores themes of community and spirituality through dance.

Where: Penn Live Arts, 3680 Walnut Street

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12

Philly Home Show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center

People looking at design ideas at the Philly Home Show People looking at design ideas at the Philly Home Show
— Photo courtesy Philly Home Show

March 18-20 & 25-27 (select dates)

Hundreds of home exhibitors and home-design experts head to the Pennsylvania Convention Center for the annual Philly Home Show, a two-weekend event that inspires homeowners and renters alike to freshen up their spaces. Experts in gardening, landscaping, interior design, furnishing, architecture and construction set up shop to answer questions and help guide attendees seeking advice and inspiration.

Where: Pennsylvania Convention Center, 1101 Arch Street

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13

Culturefest! Nowruz at the Penn Museum

This Culturefest! event explores the Persian celebration of Nowurz, more commonly known as Persian New Year. Join community members to learn about the holiday’s ancient origins, and enjoy a modern celebration featuring drumming, dancing, storytelling and shopping at a traditional Persian bazaar.

Where: Penn Museum, 3260 South Street

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Arnetta Johnson at the Kimmel Center

Arnetta Johnson Arnetta Johnson
— Photo courtesy Kimmel Center

Named one of the “20 Artists to Watch” by NPR, New Jersey native Arnetta Johnson is a pioneering star in the world of modern jazz. The musician’s genre-defying style vaulted her to success and performances with superstars like Beyoncé, The Roots and Janelle Monáe. Now, Johnson brings her signature “Netta Bop” sound to Philly for this one-night-only event.

Where: Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad Street

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15

Kanaval Ball: Haitian Rhythms & the Music of New Orleans at The Fillmore Philadelphia

It’s a party, y’all! This free event is a celebration of Haitian culture and its impact on the music of New Orleans. Part Haitian Carnival, part Mardi Gras parade, the ball features live music, dancing, Haitian decor and refreshments. Costumes are most definitely encouraged.

Where: The Fillmore Philadelphia, 29 E. Allen Street

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Kennett Symphony at Longwood Gardens

Conductor Michael Hall leads the Kennett Symphony Conductor Michael Hall leads the Kennett Symphony
— Photo courtesy Kennett Symphony

Cap off a Sunday visit to Longwood Gardens with a performance from the Kennett Symphony inside Exhibition Hall. The special program features dance-inspired pieces from Grieg, Brahms, Ravel and Stravinsky.

Where: Longwood Gardens, 1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Square

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Food & Drink in Greater Philadelphia

Cheesesteaks from Campos, home of one of the best cheesesteaks in Philadelphia. Cheesesteaks from Campos, home of one of the best cheesesteaks in Philadelphia.
Campo's Philly Cheesesteaks — Photo by C. Smyth for Visit Philadelphia

Treat yourself this week at one or more of these food-related happenings:

  • St. Patrick's Pizza at SliCE: Pizza purists, here’s a chance to step out of your comfort zone. This month, SliCE is offering a special pie featuring baked ham, cabbage and mustard cheese at their Fishtown and Italian Market locations in honor of St. Patrick’s Day (through March 31).
  • Campo’s Buy-One-Get-One-Free Cheesesteaks with Uber Eats: What’s better than a cheesesteak? Two cheesesteaks! Campo’s and Uber Eats get an early jump on celebrating National Cheesesteak Day (officially March 24) with this buy-one-get-one offer on certain menu items. Order through the Uber Eats app to cash in on this deal (March 15-27).
  • Great Burger Giveaway from Milkboy South Street: Free burger alert! To celebrate the launch of a new takeout menu, Milkboy South Street is giving away free “Hit Single” burgers to the first 100 folks who line up at their South Street location between 11 a.m. and 2 p.m. (Sunday).

Where: Slice Pizza, 431 E. Girard Avenue

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Slice Pizza, 1180 S. 10th Street

Campo's Philly Cheesesteaks, 214 Market Street

MilkBoy South Street, 401 South Street

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Live Performances in Greater Philadelphia

Dates vary by event

Soak up these music, theater and comedy shows at venues across Greater Philadelphia this week and weekend:

  • A Comedy of Tenors at Bristol RiversideTheatre: This comedic stage show follows three famous tenors and their preparation — or lack-thereof — ahead of the “Concert of the Century” (through March 27).
  • Sherlock Holmes: The Adventure of The Speckled Band at the Walnut Street Theatre: The world’s most famous detective — with faithful companion Dr. Watson by his side — must solve the mysterious murder of a woman at the urging of her twin sister in this retelling of Sir Arthur Conan Doyle’s classic tale (through March 27).
  • Buyer & Cellar at Act II Playhouse: This witty play centers around Alex, the only employee at a fake mall located in Barbara lloyd priStreisand’s basement. The satirical, fast-paced show is a send-up of Hollywood and celebrity hero-worship (through April 3).
  • Personality: The Lloyd Price Musical at People’s Light: It’s the world premiere of this musical celebrating the trailblazing Rock & Roll Hall of Famer Lloyd Price, who broke racial barriers with his massive radio hits in the 1950s (through April 3).
  • A Man for All Seasons at Plays & Players Theater: This dramatic production from Lantern Theater Company tells the story of Sir Thomas More as he navigates an impossible struggle between king and conscience (through April 10). 
  • Tame Impala at Wells Fargo Center: The Aussie psychedelic pop-rock band brings their synthy style to South Philly (Saturday).
  • Fran Lebowitz at the Merriam Theater: The social commentator and style icon takes the stage for a 90-minute show that’s chock full of her signature sneer (Saturday).

Where: Bristol Riverside Theatre, 120 Radcliffe Street, Bristol

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Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut Street

Act II Playhouse, 56 E. Butler Avenue, Ambler

People's Light, 39 Conestoga Road, Malvern

Plays & Players Theatre, 1714 Delancey Place

Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad Street

Merriam Theater, 250 S. Broad Street

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Sporting Events in Philadelphia

Dates vary by game

Root, root, root for the home team at these big games this week:

  • Philadelphia 76ers at the Wells Fargo Center: It’s a marquee matchup between MVP candidates as Joel Embiid and the Sixers welcome Nikola Jokić and the Denver Nuggets to town (Monday), before defending home court against the Dallas Mavericks (Friday) and Toronto Raptors (Sunday).
  • Philadelphia Flyers at the Wells Fargo Center: The Flyers look to avoid falling prey to the streaking Nashville Predators (Thursday) before an afternoon contest against the New York Islanders (Sunday).

Where: Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad Street

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Sisterhood Sit-In: The Trolley Tour

Through Saturday, March 26, 2022 (Saturdays only)

In response to the unfortunate reality that the country has lost 40% of its Black women-owned businesses as a result of the pandemic, the Sisterhood Sit-In trolley tour aims to protect, preserve and celebrate the shops and restaurants owned by Black women in Philadelphia. On Saturdays in March, guests will be ushered around the city to five businesses — Harriett’s Bookshop, Franny Lou’s Porch, Freedom Apothecary, Marsh & Mane and Yowie for 15-minute shopping stops at each spot.

Where: Harriett's Bookshop, 258 E. Girard Avenue

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Franny Lou's Porch, 2400 Coral Street

Freedom Apothecary, 736 N. 2nd Street

Marsh + Mane, 529 S. 4th Street

YOWIE, 716 S. 4th Street

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Winter Wonder at Longwood Gardens

Snow at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square Snow at Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square
— Photo by H. Davis for Longwood Gardens

Through Sunday, March 27, 2022

The horticultural minds at Longwood Gardens prove winter is more than stark, bare trees with their annual Winter Wonder exhibit. In the Conservatory, Streptocarpus, Saintpaulia and Clerodendrum schmidtii fill up the space in purple and white while hundreds of orchids bloom magnificently. Outdoors, the gardens’ 400 acres pop with yellow and orange witch hazel, while winter grasses provide texture to the landscape.

Where: Longwood Gardens, 1001 Longwood Road, Kennett Square

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Airbnb Experiences at Carpenters’ Hall and the Betsy Ross House

Betsy Ross House Betsy Ross House
Betsy Ross House — Photo courtesy Historic Philadelphia, Inc.

Through Wednesday, March 30, 2022 (dates vary by event)

Even long-time residents of one of the most historic cities in the world can learn something new on these guided tours of two Old City history attractions.

  • A Toast to History - Behind the Scenes at Carpenters' Hall: This behind-the-scenes tour offers an opportunity to explore the site of the First Continental Congress. Visitors enjoy after-hours access to areas of Carpenters’ Hall that are normally off-limits, including the 19th-century library on the second floor. Bonus: The 90-minute tour ends with a whiskey tasting. Huzzah!
  • Behind the Barrier, Director’s Tour of the Betsy Ross House: The pint-size home of the famed flag maker gives up some of its secrets when the attraction's director takes guests behind the plexiglass for tales of scandal, revolution and musket-cartridge making. Plus, Betsy herself makes an appearance.

Where: Carpenters' Hall, 320 Chestnut Street

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Betsy Ross House, 239 Arch Street

23

Celebration of Harriet Tubman

A statue of Harriet Tubman outside City Hall in Philadelphia A statue of Harriet Tubman outside City Hall in Philadelphia
— Photo by Visit Philadelphia

Through Thursday, March 31, 2022

2022 marks the 200th anniversary of Harriet Tubman’s birth, and Philadelphia — the city where the famed abolitionist and Underground Railroad conductor found her freedom — is celebrating her exceptional life. The months-long celebration of Tubman includes the temporary installation of an evocative, nine-foot sculpture, entitled Harriet Tubman – The Journey to Freedom, on the north apron of Philadelphia’s City Hall, as well as more than 30 in-person and virtual events.

Where: Various locations including Philadelphia City Hall, 1400 John F. Kennedy Boulevard

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Water, Wind, Breath: Southwest Native Art in Community at the Barnes Foundation

A clay depiction of a woman clutching her chest A clay depiction of a woman clutching her chest
— Roxanne Swentzell (Santa Clara Pueblo, b. 1962). Pin-da-getti (Strong Heart), 2021. Fired clay; h. 20 in. (50.8 cm). Private collection

Through Sunday, May 15, 2022

Navajo and pueblo pottery, textiles, and jewelry are on display at the Barnes Foundation’s latest exhibit, Water, Wind, Breath: Southwest Native Art in Community. The show comprises nearly 100 works, some collected by Dr. Albert Barnes in Santa Fe and Tao, New Mexico in the 1930s. Also on view: works by contemporary Native American artists that bridge historic works and modern practices. Bonus: Through a joint-ticketing program, visitors to the Barnes can present their tickets to receive $5 off general admission to the Penn Museum, where they can experience its Native American Voices exhibition.

Where: Barnes Foundation, 2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

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Harry Potter: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute

A family enters Harry Potter: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute A family enters Harry Potter: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute
— Photo by S. Ramones for Visit Philadelphia

Through Sunday, September 18, 2022

The most comprehensive touring exhibition about the Wizarding World makes its world premiere this winter at Philadelphia’s iconic science museum. The immersive experience reveals the artistry and craftsmanship behind the props, costumes and environments from the blockbuster films of the Harry Potter series, as well as Fantastic Beasts.

Where: The Franklin Institute, 222 N. 20th Street

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What's New from Visit Philly

Here are a few new (and great, if we’re being honest) articles you may have missed from Visit Philly: We recently dished on where to find the best pretzels in Philly (so. many. good. ones.) and called out the best spots to see powerful artwork by women. Also new: our handy-dandy guide to Fairmount Park. FOMO be gone!

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Michelangelo’s Sistine Chapel: The Exhibition at Fashion District Philadelphia
Elmo’s Furry Fun Fest at Sesame Place

This Week & Weekend

St. Patrick’s Day Celebrations in Philadelphia
March Madness Events in Greater Philadelphia
Women’s History Month Events in Greater Philadelphia
Philadelphia Ballet Events
Mural Arts Philadelphia Launches 2022 Spring Walking Tours
Dine Latino Restaurant Week
The Life and Letters of Migration at the Penn Museum
A Tribute to Aretha Franklin: The Queen of Soul at the Merriam Theater
Rennie Harris: LIFTED at Penn Live Arts
Philly Home Show at the Pennsylvania Convention Center
Culturefest! Nowruz at the Penn Museum
Arnetta Johnson at the Kimmel Center
Kanaval Ball at The Fillmore Philadelphia
Kennett Symphony at Longwood Gardens
Food & Drink in Greater Philadelphia
Live Performances in Greater Philadelphia
Sporting Events in Philadelphia

Ongoing Highlights

Sisterhood Sit-In: The Trolley Tour
Winter Wonder at Longwood Gardens
Airbnb Experiences at Carpenters’ Hall and the Betsy Ross House
Celebration of Harriet Tubman
Water, Wind, Breath at the Barnes Foundation
Harry Potter: The Exhibition at The Franklin Institute

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