Things To Do
When we say there is something for everyone here, we really mean it.
Each neighborhood has its own vibe; there are museums galore, covering multiple cultures and oddities you would never think could exist in such mass quantities. The music scene is always hoppin’; everyone wants to play here. Sports? Well, our teams are some of the most talked about…for a variety of reasons. And the food. You’ll never eat as good as when you’re in Philly—Mexican, Indian, Italian, Chinese, plus local favorites such as cheesesteaks, water ice and pretzels.
Use your time here to explore and experience everything you can. Trust us—at the end of four years, you’ll want more time.
A few of our favorite things to do:
Written by: Campus Philly Editorial Interns, Ashley Cappetta & Brenna Fallows Did you know that our Stars & Stripes were designed by Betsy Ross? The Betsy Ross House is still standing today, where visitors can take in the sights and sounds of the American flag’s birthplace. 239 Arch Street. 10am-5pm. Did you know Elfreth’s Alley […]
Written by: Campus Philly Editorial Interns, Ashley Cappetta & Brenna Fallows The Fourth of July is kind of a big deal in Philadelphia. We are, after all, the birthplace of the nation, so you can expect our celebrations to be some of the biggest and best that the U.S. has to offer. And Philadelphia has […]
P.M. at Penn Museum–Summer Nights Concert Series is returning for its sixth year of good ole #PhillyPhun. Summer Nights provides families and friends with laid-back, outdoor tunes to break up the workweek, and offers complete access to both the Penn Museum and the Museum Shop, all hosted in University City—let’s hope those summer nights don’t […]
The night will still be young following our My Philly Summer Party at The Barnes Foundation, so let’s keep the party rolling with this after party itinerary! –Grab a slamming pizza pie at Pizzeria Vetri at 1939 Callowhill St. –Catch a good taco vibes at Buena Onda, down the street at 1901 Callowhill St. –If you’re 21+, fly off to Kite […]