Best Things To Do In Philadelphia In The Summer

Best Things To Do In Philadelphia In The Summer

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Looking for the perfect way to spend your summer in Philadelphia? Find all the best things to do in town during the warm season.

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    The trails are a great place to hike, workout and enjoy the scenery. Just make sure you wear the correct sneaker. It's a lot of hills, bricks, and rocks. Enjoy! -- 1candycane4u via Foursquare
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    If u go to da second parking lot I can see the entire river -- percy Warfield via Foursquare
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    Take time to stop and look at the surroundings, you may blink too fast and miss out on some wonders of the world here! -- J. Rhoa via Foursquare
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    Hermoso lugar para perderte y reencontrarte, caminando en bici, solo tu, lo q respiras y te encuentras.... -- Ana Márquez via Foursquare
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    Beautiful trail and well cared! -- Ricardo Seixas via Foursquare
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    Great for a stroll but if you're a runner, be careful. Lots of falls & injuries here. Dense foliage retains humidity in summer. Beware of car break-ins; hide your stuff or lock it in the trunk. -- Donna via Foursquare
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    English from strength the if any case as to taste as of importance as follows for certain for now that much less for free. -- Dominique Julius via Foursquare
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    Though we personally don't care for a fictional athlete from 40 years ago, thousands still pose for photos here. Fun fact: though it looks good, Rocky's running route as pictured doesn't make sense. -- Allie Ilagan via Foursquare
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    While you're in the neighborhood, visit "Dead Sea Scrolls," 1 of the largest collections of ancient artifacts ever to tour outside Israel. Save $5 on daytime tix w/ the code DSS4SQ. Now thru Oct. 14 -- The Franklin Institute via Foursquare
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    Run the surprisingly wild 3-mile loop trail around the marsh, surrounded by big migratory birds! -- Mark Schoneveld via Foursquare
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    See if you can find ‘Sleeping Woman’ - a 1200 ft. long line of poetry by Stephen Berg and Tom Chimes. It’s located on the Schuylkill River retaining wall just north of the Girard Ave Bridge. -- Museum Without Walls via Foursquare
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    Often called the "birthplace of the nation," Independence National Historical Park was created to showcase and preserve structures, sites and objects that tell the story of the founding of the nation. -- Saving Places via Foursquare
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