Philadelphia for Kids
As the home of the Philadelphia International Children’s festival (the oldest festival of it’s kind in the United States, and regarded as one of the top 10 in the world), Philadelphia is a city that knows how to entertain its child visitors!
Fascinating and colorful exhibits at the Mummers Museum and the Independence Seaport Museum teach as they entertain.
|Places where you benefit from the Philadelphia Pass
|The Philadelphia History Museum at the Atwater Kent
||The Atwater Kent Museum of Philadelphia, located just around the corner from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, is the gateway to Philadelphia history.
|Stray Boots Urban Games Scavenger Hunt & Tour
||Discover what Philadelphians are calling “your own private Amazing Race,” with a Stray Boots game! It’s a scavenger-hunt-style adventure through Philly’s most interesting streets, with your cell phone as your guide.
|Independence Seaport Museum
||Located on historic Penn's Landing, only a short distance from Independence Hall and the Liberty Bell, Independence Seaport Museum interprets the region's maritime heritage.
||Opened in 1976, the Mummers Museum is dedicated to the Philadelphia celebration of New Year’s and the 15,000 people who strut in the annual Mummers Parade.