A Guide to Philadelphia in 2024

Springtime Delights

Spring in Philadelphia heralds cherry blossoms and diverse outdoor festivals, inviting exploration of the city's cultural richness.

WrestleMania 40 transforms Philadelphia into a wrestling extravaganza, with events spanning Lincoln Financial Field and the Wells Fargo Center.

Philadelphia's parks and gardens bloom with cherry blossoms and magnolias, offering scenic trails and historic landmarks for visitors.

Explore beyond Philadelphia to nearby gardens, like Longwood Gardens in Kennett Square, and the Andalusia Historic House and Gardens in Bucks County.

Enjoy the Delaware River waterfront, featuring attractions like Spruce Street Harbor Park, Race Street Pier, and Cherry Street Pier.

Discover maritime history at the Independence Seaport Museum and indulge in culinary delights at Liberty Point and Morgan's Pier.

Cross the Delaware River on the RiverLink Ferry to explore Camden's Adventure Aquarium and Battleship New Jersey.

Springtime activities include roller skating at Dilworth Park and exploring new museum exhibits, such as "The Art of the Brick" at The Franklin Institute.

Philadelphia's art museums showcase captivating exhibitions like "Mary Cassatt at Work" at the Philadelphia Museum of Art and "Alexey Brodovitch: Astonish Me" at the Barnes Foundation.

Visit the Museum of the American Revolution to experience "Witness to Revolution: The Unlikely Travels of Washington's Tent," tracing the historical significance of George Washington's tent.