Bartram's Garden is the oldest living botanic garden, a pastoral 18th century homestead surrounded by the urban bustle of Philadelphia. Bartram's Garden is free to those who wish to explore on their own from dawn to dusk, with the exception of City-observed holidays. For a more in-depth...
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PA Events Sunday, November 19th, 2017
Tours of Bartram's Garden
Annual Autumn HawkWatch
Hike to North Lookout and join counters who tally every species of migrating raptor. Bald Eagles, Kestrels and Ospreys are the first migrants. Broadwing numbers peak in late September. Greatest species variety during October, and Golden Eagles and retails during November. A staff or volunteer...
Bethlehem, PA is called "Christmas City" for many reasons. One reason is the annual "Christkindlmarkt" which is openNov. 17-19 and 24-26; Nov. 30-Dec. 3, Dec. 7-10, 14-17 & 21-23. Music, food, decorations, and ice carving are all great reasons to visit this special Christmas show. There will...
Miracle of Christmas
Go back in time and witness the greatest birth in history. Be surrounded by the bustling village of Bethlehem as camels, horses, donkeys and villagers pass by. Be transported to the hillside where legions of angels descend upon the shepards to proclaim, "The Savior is born!" Visit the website...
2017 Christmas Show - Home for the Holidays
Witness the magic of the Christmas Show, featuring wondrous costumes, amazing dancers, breathtaking sets, and all the endearment of our favorite traditions. Visit the website to purchase tickets.
A Christmas Story
Experience the fun of this favorite family classic live on the Fulton Theatre's stage in musical form. It hits the bullseye every time. Visit the website for more information and to purchase tickets.
Hersheypark's Christmas Candylane
Make the holiday special this season with the dazzling nighttime lights of Hersheypark's famous Christmas Candylane.
Who is Puberty and How Does She Hit?
This exhibition of sculpture and interactive artworks by artist Sidney Mullis playfully and incisively explores coming-of-age in a gendered society. Mullis’ works break down social conventions into their component forms and behaviors and uses those raw materials to imagine something new.
Terracotta Warriors Exhibit
The Franklin Institute is hosting an exhibit displaying one of the most significant archaeological discoveries in history—and one of the most mysterious. Discovered in 1974, the 2,000 year-old Terracotta Army is a symbol of mankind's achievements. The exhibit in Philadelphia features ten...