It’s time to get gritty in Philly. May is Mudder season in eastern Pennsylvania. Stick around after your event on May 21st or 22nd, 2022 and kick it with a Citywide in hand.
Top 5 Things To Do In Philly
- Take a Stroll at Longwood Gardens
Let’s slow it down before we kick it back up. Just 20 minutes from Plantation Field in Coatesville is your ultimate recovery day activity at Longwood Gardens. With acres of seasonal blooms in stunning indoor and outdoor displays, you’ll get to rest those Mudder muscles with an activity the whole fam will be talking about.
- Strike a Winning Pose With Rocky Balboa
Cruise down route 76 and make your next stop at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, home of the Rocky Balboa statue. Hustling up all 72 steps is a rite of passage for visitors, just like striking Rocky’s iconic pose with the Washington Monument Fountain in the background.
- Get Historic on a Boozy Trolly Tour
In addition to cheesesteaks, ass-kicking, and the most deranged mascot in hockey, Philly is known for its rich revolutionary-era history. On foot, it could take days to see it all. But on a BYOB historic trolly tour? History punches you in the face.
- No Fear at Eastern State Penitentiary
What was once America’s most famous (and expensive) prison is now a ruinous historic site with tours running daily. For the fearless among you, register for a night tour – if you dare – and don’t cross the ghost of inmates passed.
- Get Outside at Valley Forge National Historical Park
Trails and monuments converge at Valley Forge National Historical Park. You can get your heart rate pumping while exploring Revolutionary War encampments. And if you’re strapped for outdoor gear, no worries – the utterly massive King of Prussia mall is just minutes away, but make sure you map out your destination first.