PHILADELPHIA, PA – As day turns to dusk and museums and landmarks close for the night, Historic Philadelphia is just gearing up for a night of fun. Theaters, play places and ghost tours keep youngsters amused until pajama time, while beer gardens, dance clubs and live music venues entertain the over-21 crowd well into the wee hours.
Philadelphia, PA - Fairmount Park's will be transformed into a massive water slide on Saturday, August 6th 2016 thanks to Slide the City, which will be bringing its summertime block party tour to Philly this year. For just $10, you can register early for a chance to slip ‘n slide a thousand feet down Sedgley Drive. The slide will be located near Fairmount and on the eastern side of the Schuylkill River. With the back drop of the Art Museum and Boathouse Row as you make yourself down.
Ambler, PA (April 20, 2016) – Gypsy Blu has announced that it will be hosting an exclusive evening dedicated to supporting the effort to preserve a wooded hillside lot along Rose Valley Creek, known as the Edgewood Preserve. The Gypsy Blu is located at 34 E Butler Ave, Ambler, PA. Please call for reservations: (215) 283-6080.
Medical Museums are a gruesome attraction of medical tools and human oddities. While dissected cadavers, preserved parasites, and diseased organs fulfill our need to explore the human oddity in all of us, the strange fact that it is a “museum” makes visiting them a strange act of self-education in it self. Listed Below are some Medical Museums in to visit in Philadelphia. See Complete list of: "Philly's Best Known Weird and Wacky Places to Visit".