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While living in Philadelphia, Poe went from the high of being a popular lecturer to the despair of learning that his wife Virginia was ill with tuberc... Read More

Philadelphia's Magic Gardens
Philadelphia, PA

Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens (PMG) is a mosaicked visionary art environment, gallery, and community arts center that preserves, interprets, and prov... Read More

Ghost Tours Of Philadelphia
Philadelphia, PA

The Ghost Tour of Philadelphia offers a pet friendly, candlelight walking tour along the back streets and secret gardens of the Independence Park, ... Read More

Rittenhouse Square
Philadelphia, PA

Popular city park in downtown,

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Breweries / Wineries

WIssahickon Brewing Company
Philadelphia, PA

Kids and dogs are welcome but must be watched at all times. They serve non-alcoholic beverages and dog treats so keep everyone having fun. Visiting... Read More

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Off-Leash Dog Parks

This fenced dog park has drinking water and shade.

Seger Dog Park
Philadelphia, PA

This fenced dog park features shade trees, benches, mulch surface and seasonal drinking water. There is a parking fee and a requested annual fee of $3... Read More

This fenced dog park is constructed with K9 grass, a revolutionary turf made specifically for dogs, and has frost-free water fountains, small and larg... Read More

Front And Chestnut Dog Park
Philadelphia, PA

This is a large, fenced dog park with mulch ground cover and benches. Note that the fences are short if you have a larger dog that may try to escape.

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Parks & Nature

Benjamin Rush State Park
Philadelphia, PA

Benjamin Rush State Park is the only state park within the boundaries of Philadelphia. It's popular for hiking and radio control planes.

Thaddeus Kosciuszko was one of the first European volunteers to aid the American revolutionary cause in 1776. A brilliant Polish military engineer, Ko... Read More

Before Philadelphia was created, there was a village named Wicaco. Before William Penn, the Swedes were here, building log homes and a church they nam... Read More

There are no more potent symbols of individual freedom than Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell. You can visit both at this park, which includes th... Read More

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