Localhost: Gaming and Esports Venue

401 North Broad St, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Located in the heart of the city, Localhost in Philadelphia is the largest gaming and esports venue in Pennsylvania! Localhost has over 100 PCs, a dedicated console gaming area, and private team rooms for esports teams. Built with a customizable seating configuration to serve as an all-purpose venue, Localhost Philadelphia is perfect for gaming events, birthday parties, large-scale esports tournaments, Bar Mitzvahs, bachelor parties, team outings, and more. Be sure to check out their weekly events and tournaments for competitors of all skill levels. Here are some of the awesome weekly events:

Monday: Mega MondaysTuesday: Smash Ultimate “That Local Jawn”Wednesday: Broad Street Burst – FGC WeeklyBi-Weekly Fridays: Squid Form FridaysSundays: Creative Clash Ft. Fortnite

Come out and play, compete, and have fun!

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Urban Movement Arts

2100 chestnut st


UMA’s lineup of classes are primarily based in contemporary Black American folkloric dance, African folkloric dance, Latin American dance and contemporary somatic and movement culture practices. Some of you might be wondering what Black American folkloric dance is- anything from Lindy Hop to Hip Hop to Breakdance are American folklore and were born in U.S.’s Black communities. UMA is a proud ambassador of many dance forms that fall into the category of Black American Folklore.

UMA invites you to explore the many benefits that come from a dance practice with us. They are a space where you can de-stress, make friends and grow- all the while, celebrating and commemorating the communities and cultures that have laid the foundations for the mediums that we express ourselves within.

You can check out UMA’s schedule on their website for both locations at 2100 Chestnut St. and 812 Chestnut St. Never been to UMA before? You can take unlimited classes your first month for only $40! Your Intro Month starts at the point of purchase and expires after 1 month (does not automatically renew).

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City Food Tours

Philadelphia PA

Spend your afternoon eating your way across Center City on our most popular Flavors of Philly food tour. This is not only a tasting adventure, but a meal that includes classic Philly eats like cheesesteaks and cheese whiz fries, tomato pie, soft pretzels, and two sweet treats from the world-famous Reading Terminal Market! Get the scoop on Philly’s food history with quirky stories about how some of these iconic foods came to be, and walk away with food in your tummy. This tour is served up with a generous side of humor, Philadelphia history, and a helping of beautiful architecture that includes up-close visits to gorgeous historic sites!

Tours are offered daily and last approx. 2.5 hours. Advanced registration is required and tours max out at 18 guests.




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Arch Street Meeting House

320 Arch Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Since 1682, the property located at 320 Arch Street has been actively and continuously used by Quakers and the community.

You won’t see a steeple or stained glass windows on a Quaker meeting house.

Generally speaking, Quaker meeting houses are two-story wood-frame buildings with two separate entrances at the front of the building, a large first-floor meeting space with benches, and an interior second-story gallery. Since worship involves silent contemplation without clergy or ritual, there is no need for an altar, pulpit, or other religious symbols.

Meeting houses carry the Quaker ideals of simplicity, plainness, and equality; Arch Street Meeting House is no exception. The Quaker building tradition is reflected in the simple yet high-quality materials and notable craftsmanship used in construction. Known for their utilitarian design and minimal detail or ornamentation, meeting houses typically blend into the environment by using local materials and construction practices.

The Arch Street Meeting House was designed in 1803-04 by Quaker master-builder Owen Biddle Jr.  The meeting house is an example of the Georgian architectural style and it incorporates a simple or plain Quaker design. As seen in his original drawings, Owen Biddle planned Arch Street to be three main rooms but they weren’t all built at once.  The East Room and central meeting space were built in 1804 and the West Room followed in 1811.

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Philly Bike Ride • October 15

Take over car-free streets by bike with Philly Bike Ride and enjoy 20 miles of epic views, live music, and photo zones. 

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The Great Philadelphia Comedy Magic Walk

Meet behind the Bourse (4th and Ranstead streets)

The tour is 1 & 1/2 hours in length, covers 1 mile in Old City Philly, and goes to both historic sites or really cool locations. At each location, the site is an inspiration for a magic trick presented in a comedic manner.  There are less than five magic walking tours in the world, and this Philly tour is very unique.

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