If you are a big Harry Potter fan and either live in or are planning to visit the Philadelphia area, Chestnut Hill should be your first stop in October. For two days, Chestnut Hill gets a Potter-themed makeover as the…Read more.
There is a misconception amongst many of my friends that the White House is the only must-see stop on any Weekendtrip. While checking out President Obama’s digs is certainly crucial, there is so much to see and do in D.C….Read more.
Philadelphia’s Rittenhouse Square was originally created as a grazing pasture for farm animals, but is now one of the city’s wealthiest areas to reside in. The area is named after David Rittenhouse, the first director of the United States Mint…Read more.
America’s history is coming alive in a new way with the grand opening of Philadelphia’s Benjamin Franklin Museum (317 Chestnut St., Philadelphia PA). Visitors can learn more about one of the more colorful of the Founding Fathers through artifacts, computer…Read more.
Less than two hours from Philadelphia sits the town that calls itself “the sweetest place on earth.” Whether you are traveling as a couple, a family, or with friends, a trip to Hershey PA, is destined to be a sweet…Read more.
For more than 200 years, the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia (1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Philadelphia PA) has served as the place to go for scientific discoveries and common-sense ways to better understand the world around us. It’s the…Read more.