It’s about that time in summer where camps and activities are winding down and ending. There maybe an increase in hearing “Mommy, I’m Bored” or “There’s nothing to do” from your kids. School doesn’t start again for a few more weeks and you’re looking for some ideas!
Planning a trip with the kids to Philadelphia? Check out our list of Kid Approved Must Do’s you can do with you Kids in Philadelphia.
P.S. They are educational too!
P.S.S. Not in Philadelphia! No problem! Check out this List of Activities.
Please Touch Museum~
Please Touch Museum is one of the best Children’s Museums in the nation. It’s great for kids 7 yo and younger. Children get to have a hand- on creative play experience targeting all the senses. Little Dude loves playing in the Construction Site, Grocery store, and the hospital.
Insider Tip~ The First Wednesday of the month admission is $2.00. Go early it gets very busy.
The Philadelphia is America’s first zoo and the first zoo in the world. Adult and children of all ages enjoy a day at the zoo. We love the Zoo 360 where the animals get to roam above the zoo and crawl through see- through mesh.
Insider Tip~ Visit the zoo in the AM get there when it opens the animals are more activity.
The Franklin Institute is one of the oldest center of science in the country dedicated to public education in science and technology. Some of our favorites’ exhibits include; Giant heart, Kid Science, Baldwin Steam Locomotive, and the Planetarium.
Insider Tip~ There is parking garage inside of the Franklin Institute.
Franklin Square Park~
Franklin Square Park features a beautiful fountain, Parx Liberty Carousel, the one- of- a- kind Philly themed Mini Golf Course, and a playground. Little Dude loves the playground and the Parx Liberty Carousel.
Insider Tip~ It’s just a few blocks and a short walk from Old Town, Liberty Bell, Constitution Center. They have a great shaded park for the kids. Plan to do before or after Old Town.
Philadelphia Art Museum/ Rocky Steps~
Historical Old Town~ Liberty Bell/ Independence Hall/ Constitution Center~
Independence Hall is the birthplace of America. The Declaration of Independence and U.S. Constitution were both debated and signed inside this building. Philadelphia was our nations capital location before they moved the capital to Washington DC.
Insider Tip~ Visit Liberty Bell/ Independence Hall during the week. It gets very crowd summer and weekends.