Get excited: It’s going to be another awesome, jam-packed winter weekend in Philadelphia.Don’t miss the last chance to check out the massive 2019 Philadelphia Auto Show, which welcomes
GETAWAY AT THE GREENHOUSE AUTO SHOW LUNAR NEW YEAR PHILLY THEATRE WEEK AND MORE
Get excited: It’s going to be another awesome, jam-packed winter weekend in Philadelphia.
Don’t miss the last chance to check out the massive 2019 Philadelphia Auto Show, which welcomes hundreds of thousands of people every year for test drives, celebrity meet-and-greets and more car-focused fun.
Just as all vacations must end, so must the Getaway at the Greenhouse, the popular pop-up oasis at the Fairmount Park Horticulture Center featuring live music, a cash bar, food trucks and more, which wraps up on Sunday.
How about things that are kicking off? Philly Theatre Week celebrates its first full weekend with productions by major companies and independent troupes, including the Shen Yun performing arts group and Opera Philadelphia.
And Black History Month and Lunar New Year celebrations continue all weekend long, including a city-wide mural tour highlighting prominent African-Americans and the big Philadelphia Suns Lion Dance Parade, both on Sunday.
Staying overnight is the best way to see and do everything this weekend. Book the Visit Philly Overnight Hotel Package for a winter getaway featuring up to $218 in free awesome perks.
Read on for our guide to this weekend in Philadelphia.
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