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Celebrate the Holidays in Philly



Philadelphia has plenty to offer visitors all year round, but this winter, take a trip to the City of Brotherly Love to experience some truly special attractions.


New this year, the iconic Tinseltown Holiday Spectacular (November 17, 2023 – January 1, 2024 [select dates]) takes over South Philly’s FDR Park with twinkling lights, seasonal sounds and icy activities. Take in the sights as you skate along a winding ice trail or glide down a 160-foot-long ice slide. Check out the Mistletoe Marketplace to find that perfect gift, or grab a bite to eat and an adult beverage inside the Union Forge Lodge. 


Christmas Village in Philadelphia (November 18 – December 24, 2023 [select dates]): LOVE Park transforms into an open-air European marketplace during the annual free-to-explore, pay-as-you-go Christmas Village in Philadelphia. More than 100 vendors set up shop in wooden huts, offering a selection of local and international gifts, including Käthe Wohlfahrt ornaments, accessories, and wintry apparel. After shopping up an appetite, indulge in tasty treats like raclette sandwiches, spiced wine, apple cider, strudles, and more. Across the street on the north apron of City Hall and in the City Hall courtyard, a double-decker Christmas Village Carousel, Ferris Wheel, and Kids Train await. New for 2023: later operating hours, more lights, Vegan Wurst Wednesdays and more.


Winter at Dilworth Park (November 3, 2023 – February 25, 2024 (Dates vary by attraction): Free and cool attractions right next to city hall, including The Wintergarden, Made in Philadelphia Holiday Market, Rothman Orthopaedics Ice Rink, and the Rothman Orthopaedics Cabin.


Winter in Franklin Square (November 16, 2023 – February 25, 2024 (Dates vary by attraction): Seasonal attractions all winter long, including Chilly Philly Mini Golf, Electrical Spectacle Light Show presented by PECO, and Street Curling. 


Photo courtesy of Christmas Village

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