Philadelphia Brings Its 'A' Game
From restaurants to attractions to tours and festivals, the City of Brotherly Love has new and exciting offerings for your group travelers. Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, is also the receipent of some impressive accolades!
- Located at the heart of Center City, SuGa is a mother and son venture offering Chinese fare.
- Snap Kitchen, a Texas-based grab-and-go healthy food store, recently opened its first Philadelphia location.
- Neon Lobster is now bringing "boardwalk style" seafood to Philadelphia's Pennsport neighborhood.
- One Liberty Observation Deck is Philadelphia's hottest new attraction, offering panoramic views from 57 floors above street level.
- The National Constitution Center is showcasing its new exhibit Headed to the White House. Now is the perfect time to learn about our nation's electoral process.
- Shofuso Japanese House and Garden just kicked off its 2016 season. This traditional Japanese-style house and nationally ranked garden showcase the history of the Japanese culture throughout Philadelphia.
Tours and Festivals
- Philadelphia's Garden District is hosting the 20th Anniversary of the Home & Garden Festival on Saturday, May 1. The streets of Chestnut Hill will become an outdoor garden marketplace featuring more than 150 vendors, artists and craftsmen.
- From March 11 to March 19, 2017, the PHS Philadelphia Flower Show will highlight Dutch landscape architecture and feature some of the country's top designers.
Philadelphia was recently recognized on the 2016 Forbes Travel Guide, and the Toronto Star has referred to it as a "historically rich city that is quietly going through a youth-driven cultural revolution that could help propel it to the top of hip, urban U.S. destination lists." The city has also been named by SmartAsset as the ninth best city for public transit and by the Mercer Quality of Life survey as the 10th best city to live in the United States.
Your group travelers could be part of this exciting city's revolution!
Written by Lisa Stickler, staff writer for Groups Today magazine.
Photo courtesy of One Liberty Observation Deck.