Soak Up The Last Bits of Summer in Philadelphia
Whether we’re ready to admit it or not, summer is slowly coming to an end! Families are preparing to send children back to school and residents are steadily returning to the city from nearby beach towns. We’re excited to see Philadelphians flood back to our incredible neighborhoods and enjoy all of the wonderful restaurants, attractions, and outdoor spaces that our town has to offer. If you’re dreading the start of Fall, here are some fun ways to take advantage of the remaining weeks of summer in Philadelphia.
Sit back, relax, and enjoy life on the Schuylkill River with Parks on Tap! A collaboration of many local breweries and businesses, this traveling beer garden offers delicious drinks and menu items. Free to enter, participants can sign up online and stop by on both weeknights and weekends! Click here for more information.
Available until September 26, swing by Penn’s Landing for the Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest. With a roller rink, a boathouse-styled lodge, a play area for kids, and carnival-themed food and drink, there is truly no better way to soak up all of the last days of summer. Click here for more information.
A classic event happening right on Rittenhouse Square, stop by the Rittenhouse Square Fine Arts Show from September 17-19. With markets set up along the Square, artists from near and far sell their one-of-a-kind paintings, pottery pieces, and handmade clothing items. If you’re a lover of the arts, this event is definitely for you. Click here for more information.
Prepare your favorite snacks, drinks, and blankets for movie nights hosted by Center City District Parks! Enjoy the sunset, as locals gather round to watch various movies outdoors, free of charge. Click here for more information.
With so many fun attractions happening across the city, it’s no surprise that the real estate market is still on the rise! From University City to Society Hill and most neighborhoods in between, take a look at our Q2 market report for an update on the real estate market in your area. Looking for more suggestions on what to do in Philadelphia or hoping to learn more about the current state of the market in the City of Brotherly Love? Contact the Barach Group today.