Things to do in Philly this weekend
The holidays are officially underway in Philly. We hope your faces burn brighter than a Christmas tree this weekend with all the lights, lights, lights.
- New this year: a sparkling light waterfall and shimmering vine. Plus live music, snacks for the kids and holiday spirits for the grown-ups.
- Tickets: $25-$28 for adults and kids 12 and older; $20-$23 for children ages 2-11.
🧑🎄 Franky, baby, flip a switch under the town square for me. The nightly choreographed Electrical Spectacle, inspired by Benjamin Franklin's kite, will have Franklin Square boppin' with lights and excitement every night through Feb. 14.
- Miss it? Don't worry. They're every half-hour.
🏌️ All I want for Christmas is a hole-in-one. Play a round of 18 at Chilly Philly Mini Golf, replete with your favorite winter characters.
- Tickets: $15 adults; $12 children.
🔥 Chestnut Hill roasting on an open fire. Hopefully, Jack Frost won't be nipping at anyone's nose during the annual Circle of Trees Celebration at the Woodmere Art Museum, which kicks off Saturday at 5:30pm.
- Stop by for holiday treats, including hot cocoa and cider, and listen to songs of the season before the trees light up at 7pm.
- Looking for a gift? Pop by the Mistletoe Marketplace.
- Tickets: $40.99
🎁 Christmas Village in Love Park is giving you a sneak peek this weekend before 100+ vendors officially open up shop for the season on Thanksgiving.
- Tickets: $16 for adults and kids 12 and older; $7 for children ages 4-11.
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