Philadelphias Top Holiday Traditions For 2018

Dated: 12/12/2018

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From classic light shows to timeless theatrical productions, holiday traditions abound in Philadelphia year after year.

Look no further than the Macy’s Christmas Light Show, which has dazzled generations of visitors and residents since 1956. Or the Pennsylvania Ballet’s decades-long production of George Balanchine’s The Nutcracker. Throw in sparkling holiday lights, ice skating and a few newer attractions and experiences that could become traditions in the not-so-distant future, and you have the makings of a wonderful holiday season to be celebrated with friends and family.

Check out the Holiday Hapenings HERE and Wishing you and yours a very joyous Holiday Season!!

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Dawn Secreto

Dawn Secreto is a PA Realtor® with 8 years of Real Estate Marketing experience, having worked for top developers as a Regional Marketing Director for Crescent Heights as well as Dranoff Properties, S....

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