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Spring Activities in Philadelphia

Goodbye cabin fever, hello Spring! Bring on more bright blue skies, blooming flowers, and these five extra-special spring activities you can do only in Philadelphia.

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Have a Picnic at Race Street Pier

With plenty of lawn space and stunning views of the Ben Franklin Bridge, it’s the perfect setting for a spring picnic.

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Relax at Spruce Street Harbor Park

Imagine a warm day laying in one of this park’s brightly colored hammocks. You can almost feel the sun’s rays shining down just thinking about it!

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Stroll Down the Ben Franklin Parkway

Philadelphia is a great walking city, especially during gorgeous weather. Walk this one-mile stretch of the parkway where you’ll pass several renowned museums.

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Read a Book in John F. Collins Park

This quiet park is tucked away in the midst of Philadelphia’s hustle and bustle. Grab a book and a bench, and listed to the sounds of the nearby fountain as you read.

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Putt at Franklin Square

Plan an afternoon at Franklin Square to play a round of mini golf, enjoy a SquareBurger and ride on the carousel.

Happy Spring!

A Woman Smiling For The CameraMary has been with Loews Philadelphia since 2013, and this Philly-native prides herself on her hometown. The City of Brotherly Love is bursting with history but also thrives on its incredible food scene, exciting culture and endless activities for tourists and locals.