Sure, you could just grab a gourd on your way out of the grocery store, but where's the fun—and hard work—in that? We've put together some of the best pumpkin-pickin' spots within a two hour's drive of Philly.
It has plenty of white and wood
Much of the architect’s work met the wrecking ball in the 20th century. But a great deal of Frank Furness’s buildings remain standing in Philly. Here are 10 works that best show off that iconic Furness flair.
It’s a one-bed, one-bath
We searched the city to find the best family-friendly activities in Philadelphia, from top-notch museums to fairytale playgrounds.
There’s more to the region than boardwalk funnel cake.
There’s a lap pool, elevator, and patio
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Only owned and lived in by one family
Three beds, three baths
In the midst of a legal battle over the space
Along with new parking restrictions
It has four beds and four baths
Wildwood’s time-capsule motels reveal the risk of preservation at all costs
And one of the most expensive in terms of parking
From boat rides on the Schuylkill to free admission to museums, there’s plenty to do and see if you’re sticking around Philly for the long weekend.
The suit claims the city is violating ADA laws
It’s a two-bed, 2.5-bath
It’s a three-bed, three-bath
They’ll reach 500 and 350 feet tall
With lots of oak details
They're much less touristy than your typical spots, but still offer that typical Philly experience.
It’s got old and new charm
From 19 to six stories
Zoning permits were issued last month
It’s an adaptive reuse project with some original aspects
Including the renovation of an old factory
Winter is the perfect time to take in some quiet, contemplative nature. Walk around, read a book, and most of all, be alone in these thoughtful, gorgeous locations.