After the bitter cold temperatures and snow storm we endured the past few days, we are springing forward this weekend! Although the forecast will be relatively cold this weekend, there is still plenty to do in Philly!

The Philadelphia Flower Show

This Saturday and Sunday is the LAST weekend of the Philadelphia Flower Show! The world’s oldest and largest flower show features so many fabulous exhibits and displays that included this year’s theme of “Celebrate the Movies.”

The Art of the Brick at the Franklin Institute

Check out this awesome exhibit at the Franklin Institute that features recreations of famous artworks and masterpieces using only LEGO bricks.

Represent: 200 Years of African American Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Open through April 5th, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is displaying artist collections from world-renowned African American artists.  The showcase has over 75 features with a wide range of subjects and styles.

Philadelphia Union Season Opener

Tomorrow is the season opener for the Philadelphia Union professional soccer team. Philadelphia Union vs. Colorado Rapids at 4 p.m. PPL Park.

Brewer’s Plate at The Kimmel Center

This event will take place on Sunday, March 8th at 6:30 p.m. with more than 50 restaurants and brewing companies displaying samples of their menu items for guests to enjoy. Ticket prices range from $69-$79/pp.

After the bitter cold temperatures and snow storm we endured the past few days, we are springing forward this weekend! Although the forecast will be relatively cold this weekend, there is still plenty to do in Philly!

The Philadelphia Flower Show

This Saturday and Sunday is the LAST weekend of the Philadelphia Flower Show! The world’s oldest and largest flower show features so many fabulous exhibits and displays that included this year’s theme of “Celebrate the Movies.”

The Art of the Brick at the Franklin Institute

Check out this awesome exhibit at the Franklin Institute that features recreations of famous artworks and masterpieces using only LEGO bricks.

Represent: 200 Years of African American Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Open through April 5th, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is displaying artist collections from world-renowned African American artists.  The showcase has over 75 features with a wide range of subjects and styles.

Philadelphia Union Season Opener

Tomorrow is the season opener for the Philadelphia Union professional soccer team. Philadelphia Union vs. Colorado Rapids at 4 p.m. PPL Park.

Brewer’s Plate at The Kimmel Center

This event will take place on Sunday, March 8th at 6:30 p.m. with more than 50 restaurants and brewing companies displaying samples of their menu items for guests to enjoy. Ticket prices range from $69-$79/pp.

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5 Things to do in Philly this weekend!

Photo courtesy of Visit Philly.

Photo courtesy of Visit Philly.

After the bitter cold temperatures and snow storm we endured the past few days, we are springing forward this weekend! Although the forecast will be relatively cold this weekend, there is still plenty to do in Philly!

The Philadelphia Flower Show

This Saturday and Sunday is the LAST weekend of the Philadelphia Flower Show! The world’s oldest and largest flower show features so many fabulous exhibits and displays that included this year’s theme of “Celebrate the Movies.”

The Art of the Brick at the Franklin Institute

Check out this awesome exhibit at the Franklin Institute that features recreations of famous artworks and masterpieces using only LEGO bricks.

Represent: 200 Years of African American Art at the Philadelphia Museum of Art

Open through April 5th, the Philadelphia Museum of Art is displaying artist collections from world-renowned African American artists.  The showcase has over 75 features with a wide range of subjects and styles.

Philadelphia Union Season Opener

Tomorrow is the season opener for the Philadelphia Union professional soccer team. Philadelphia Union vs. Colorado Rapids at 4 p.m. PPL Park.

Brewer’s Plate at The Kimmel Center

This event will take place on Sunday, March 8th at 6:30 p.m. with more than 50 restaurants and brewing companies displaying samples of their menu items for guests to enjoy. Ticket prices range from $69-$79/pp.

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