Ah, summer. There's nothing quite like it in Philadelphia. There are endless parks and public spaces to enjoy the sun, pools to cool off, countless museums and historic sites to meander through, and sweat dripping down your back (Philly this summer is hot, if you haven’t heard). Despite the heat, there's a reason why this city was named last year as the second best city to visit in 2017 by U.S. News World & Report.
And this summer, there are plenty of opportunities to cross something off your Philly bucket list, whether it's something as traditional as jogging—though we would advise against it in these 95+ degree temperatures—up the Rocky steps, checking out the Museum of the American Revolution, or exploring one of the city's many, many parks and public spaces.
Here they are: all the places in Philly to visit this summer. Kick off your shoes (or don’t, if you’re in a museum) and embrace the heat and sun. It is, after all, “always sunny in Philadelphia”—at least for the month of July.
If we missed one of your favorite places, let us know in the comments!Read More