The city of Philadelphia is an excellent place to be in the autumn season. You get that crisp East Coast air, as well as a number of fun events and local traditions. For some tips on how to best enjoy the city, check out this guide to fall activities in Philadelphia.
The Philadelphia Phillies are a historic baseball team, and their long season ends in the fall. As the first place team in the National League East, it’s likely that their fall run could include some exciting playoff games.
Philadelphia’s fall season features a number of exciting street festivals and fairs that are well worth attending. From the Fringe Festival—a highly anticipated performing arts extravaganza—to the Philadelphia Film Festival, there will be plenty to check out.
In case you were actively trying to avoid news from the National Football League last year, our Philadelphia Eagles won their first ever Super Bowl. If you’re in town this autumn, be sure to stop by for one of the Sunday home games at Lincoln Financial Field as the birds try and defend their title.
Philadelphia’s art scene is vibrant and well programed all year long. Check out one of Philly’s most famous art museums to discover the finest fall exhibits you can see during your upcoming visit.
Every year, Philadelphia’s famous Eastern State Penitentiary becomes the scariest haunted house in town. From the middle of September through the middle of November, come out and get in the Halloween spirit at this famous attraction.
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