Sesame Place
100 Sesame Rd., Langhorne, PA 19047
(Rte. 1 to Oxford Valley Exit)
Phone: 215-752-7070
Fax: 215-741-5307

The nation’s only theme park based on Sesame Street! An innovative play park for families with children 2-13. Water activities, live shows and more! Bring swimsuits! Thirty minutes from Philadelphia.

Crayola Factory
30 Centre Square, Easton, PA 18042

Want to roam through a crayon and marker factory, explore the magic of light and color, and experiment with cool art techniques? It’s all under one roof at our family discovery center

Doughboys Pretzel Factory

1801 Bridgetown Pike
Feasterville PA 19053
Phone: 215-357-8590
Fax: 215-357-3814
Web Site:

Experience a fun-filled tour or party. Dress as a baker and twist and bake your own pretzel. Fun for the whole family, call for availability. See our other listing under shopping.

Flyers Skate Zone

Northeast Philadelphia
10990 Decatur Rd, Philadelphia, PA 19136
Phone 215-618-0051
Fax: 215-618-0062

The Flyers Skate Zone is an entertainment destination for the entire community that is open 362 days a year! This public skating facility offers group outings, fundraising opportunities, meeting rooms and full facility rentals.

Philadelphia Park Racetrack 
3001 Street Rd., Bensalem, PA 19020
Phone: (215) 639-9000
Fax: (215) 639-8330

Live thoroughbred racing year ’round. Great simulcast action day and night, seven days a week. Turfside terrace dining, sports bar, group packages, new family picnic park.
Hours: Sat-Tue 12:30 p.m.-5 p.m.

Shady Brook Farm

931 Stony Hill Rd., Yardley, PA 19067
(Just off Exit 49 of I-95)
Phone: (215) 968-1670
Fax: (215) 968-6118

Family festivals include Easter Egg Hunt, Corn Maze Fest, PumpkinFest Land, HorrorFest and Holiday Light Show. Animal barn open year round.

Trenton Thunder 
One Thunder Road, Trenton, NJ 08611
Mercer County Waterfront Park
Phone: (609) 394-3300
Fax: (609) 394-9666

Affordable family entertainment! Come see real minor league baseball with the Thunder, the Double A affiliate of the Boston Red Sox. The road to the Majors runs through Trenton. For group outings, picnics, fundraisers, and birthday parties call 609-394-TEAM.


Said to be ‘dear to the hearts of America’s fiercest flag-wavers,’ Philadelphia offers visitors a good deal more than 300-years of heritage. However, it is a living monument to the historic ideals that gave birth to the United States of America, in particular, Independence Hall, part of Independence National Park, the home of the famous fractured Liberty Bell. Today, it is recognized as a major cultural center with world-class museums, performing arts and some stunning architecture. Even the briefest stay in Philadelphia will acquaint you with this heritage, but remember, there is a good deal more on offer in Americas fifth largest city besides history.

Independence National Historic Park

Centered around Chestnut Street between 5th and 6th Streets, Philadelphia
Tel: 215-597-8794
This 45-acre site contains the famous Liberty Bell and Independence Hall.

Philadelphia Museum of Art
26th Street and Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia 19130
Tel: 215-972-7600

Please Touch Museum

Memorial Hall, Fairmount Park
4231 Avenue of the Republic (formerly North Concourse Drive) PhiladelphiaPA 19131
Tel: 215- 581-3181

Museum of American Art of the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts

Broad and Cherry Streets, Philadelphia 19102
Tel: 215-972-7600

Rittenhouse Square
Walnut Street between 18th and 19th Streets, Philadelphia
Rittenhouse Square at 18th and Walnut streets has a small playground and space in which to eat and relax. Other imaginative urban playgrounds on this side of Center City are Schuylkill River Park at Pine and 26th streets, and at 26th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, opposite the art museum. Nearest Independence Hall, try Delancey Park at Delancey between 3rd and 4th streets (with lots of fountains and animal sculptures to climb on) or Starr Garden at 6th and Lombard streets. The best park in Fairmount Park is the Smith Memorial (head north on 33rd St., then take a left into the park at Oxford Ave., near Woodford).

Franklin Institute Science Museum

20th Street, Philadelphia 19103
Tel: 215-448-1200

The Academy of Natural Sciences

1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Barnes Foundation

2025 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, PhiladelphiaPA 19130
300 North Latch’s Lane, MerionPA 19066

This luxurious mansion houses a fantastic collection of Impressionist and post-Impressionist art.

Society Hill
Southeast side of downtown Philadelphia, from the Delaware River to 6th Street

Philadelphia Zoological Gardens

34th Street and Girard Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19104
Tel: +1 215 243 1100

Academy of Music

Broad and Locust Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Tel: 215-893-1935

Features performances by the Philadelphia Orchestra and the Pennsylvania Ballet.

University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology 

33rd and Spruce Streets, Philadelphia 19104
Tel: +1 215 898 4000

Bartram Gardens

54th and Lindbergh Boulevard, Philadelphia
Tel: 215-729-5281

Independence Seaport Museum 

Delaware Avenue and Walnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Elfreth’s Alley 

2nd Street between Arch and Race Streets

 City Hall 

Broad and Market Streets, Philadelphia, PA 19107
Tel: 215-686-2840

Rodin Museum 

22nd Street, Philadelphia, PA 19103
Tel: 215-763-8100

Fairmount Park

Accesses from Kelly Drive, West River Drive, and Belmont Avenue, Philadelphia
Tel: 215-685-0000

Willow Grove Park Indoor Mall
2500 Maryland Rd., Willow Grove, PA 19090

5 mi north of Jenkintown