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A split image of Damari Savile and Alma del Mar in Philadelphia

Shop Philly Black- and Brown-Owned Businesses

Damari Savile / Alma del Mar —Photo courtesy Damari Savile / Photo by N. Santos for Visit Philadelphia

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.

African American and Latinx culture runs deep among Greater Philadelphia’s historic sites, artistic havens, cultural attractions — and in the region’s many Black- and Brown-owned shops, restaurants, and galleries.

Right now, you can take positive social and economic action by shopping with these independent businesses, which are disproportionately at risk of closure during the COVID-19 pandemic.

And we’re inspiring the support right here by sharing places — more than 130 and counting — to shop, dine and explore Philadelphia Black- and Brown-owned and operated restaurants and shops, as well as cultural attractions celebrating Philadelphia’s diversity.

Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package

The Perfect Hotel Package for an Easy Philly Escape

Book the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package for a rewarding getaway in one of 2021’s top destinations, per Condé Nast Traveler, Fodor’s, Frommer’s, Esquire and more.

The exclusive deal — booked more than 175,000 times since 2001 — includes buy-one-get-one-free attraction tickets purchased at the Independence Visitor Center to 33 of Philly’s iconic museums and attractions and free hotel parking (worth up to $100 in Center City Philadelphia).

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