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The Rittenhouse Guide to Philadelphia Summer Activities

When it comes to Philadelphia summer activities, the Delaware River waterfront has you covered. Head to its banks for roller skating, minigolf, and countless other forms of good, old-fashioned summer relaxation.   Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest For pay-as-you-go roller skating, minigolf, and more, the Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest is the place to bring the family

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The Best Restaurants in Philadelphia to Try Now

When it comes to restaurants in Philadelphia, there’s no shortage of options, from the very high-end to the incredibly inventive. But if you’re only in town for a short while, these handful of recommendations will ensure that you eat well enough in the City of Brotherly love to want to return again.   Parc Brasserie

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How to Celebrate the Fourth of July in Philadelphia

There’s nowhere better to celebrate the Fourth of July than Philadelphia — the birthplace of American democracy. And where else does the celebration last a week? From June 29 to July 4, Wawa Welcome America offers many opportunities to get patriotic, with free concerts, parades, and the best fireworks show in the country. Read on

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Where to Do Yoga in Philadelphia This Summer

There are plenty of yoga studios in and around the City of Brotherly Love. But why not make the most of the warm summer days with yoga in Philadelphia at some of the city’s most picturesque outdoor locations? Read on for a roundup of our favorite places to start the day with an outdoor yoga

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Anniversary Edition: The 30 Best Things to Do in Philadelphia

This year, The Rittenhouse Hotel celebrates 30 years in Philadelphia. First opened to guests in 1989, our elegant property has made quite a name for itself over the past three decades. To mark this momentous occasion, we’re offering special packages, events around the property, and a program to give back to the community. See what’s

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Six Unique Things to Do in Philadelphia

Philadelphia may be smaller than New York and Washington, D.C., its neighbors to the north and south, respectively, but it still packs a punch. On your next visit, consider checking out these six unique things to do in Philadelphia. To relax in nature: Awbury Arboretum Step off the urban grid and into 55 acres of

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The Rittenhouse Guide to Rittenhouse Square

Discover all the things to do in Rittenhouse Square, one of Philadelphia’s most popular town squares. The picturesque streets surrounding the park are home to The Rittenhouse Hotel, our luxurious Rittenhouse Spa & Club, amazing restaurants, world-class shopping, and more. Art & Culture You don’t need to visit a museum to take in art and

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Discovering Philly: The Delaware River Waterfront

Discover some of the best free things to do in Philadelphia on the Delaware River Waterfront. In recent years, the waterfront has been transformed into a vibrant destination that’s home to recreational and cultural activities for residents and visitors alike. Here are some of our favorite things to do this summer by the water. Go

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Where to Hear Live Music in Philadelphia

Head to the city’s arenas, bars, and open-air amphitheaters to hear live music in Philadelphia. From rock and rap to jazz and pop, there’s no shortage of places to see and hear buzzed-about musicians in the City of Brotherly Love. Here are some of our favorite venues to explore this summer. For Big-Name Headliners: Franklin

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Sip & Savor: Our Top 5 Picks For Outdoor Brunch in Philadelphia

Now that the weather’s warming up, brunch season is back in full force. Philly boasts its fair share of culinary contributions — we’re talking about you, cheeesteak — but the city also offers some fantastic brunch destinations. If you’re in the mood for a blissful brunch in the sun, check out our picks for the

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