Guide to Labor Day Weekend in Philadelphia!
Summer gets a proper send-off in Philadelphia this Labor Day weekend (September 3-6, 2021) with tons of fantastic things to do both indoors and out! Labor Day weekend is typically the last weekend before people officially say good bye to summer. Students are back at school, the days begin to get shorter, and the warm weather slowly starts to wear off. Luckily, Philly knows all the best ways to have one last awesome summer weekend. Keep reading to hear about some of the exciting events that are planned!
Fireworks Displays in Greater Philadelphia
Fireworks cap off of on a beautiful Saturday evening over at Yardley’s Shady Brook Farm, where the lead-in to the big show includes live music from Don’t Call Me Francis, lawn games, delicious food and drink options , including wine from nearby Rose Bank Winery and lots more! A little tip that might help: buy your tickets ahead of time so that you do not need to worry about entry!
Parks on Tap at the Fairmount Water Works
Fans of summer sips, tasty bites, and breathtaking views of Boathouse Row and the Schuylkill River can head to the seasonal Parks on Tap pop up at the Fairmount Water Works! A fabulous ambiance that is open daily until 10 p.m! Parks on Tap also features great summer deals, such as an expanded menu and weekend options. This is a must see before the summer ends!
Fairmount Park Scavenger Hunt Greatest Hits
Labor Day weekend is officially the last chance you get to participate in the famous scavenger hunt from the Fairmount Park Conservancy that explores one of Philadelphia’s most beautiful outdoor green spaces. All you have to do is download the GooseChase app, search for “Fairmount Park Summer Scavenger Hunt Greatest Hits” and you are good to go!
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