SoapBox is located in the heart of South Philadelphia. In the City of Brotherly Love, you can always find a ton of awesome things to do. From the best restaurants and shops to historical parks and art museums, Philly has it all. Here’s what we recommend:
This is one of Philadelphia’s most famous streets buzzing with activity. It’s a melting pot of different groups and cultures. You’ll find over 300 shops on South Street so you can shop ‘till you drop! If you’ve worked up an appetite, check out one of the 60 eateries, cafes and bars that caters to the crowds. The area’s restaurants reflect the various ethnic flavors from a handful of the nearby neighborhoods.
After you’ve had a bite to eat, take a walk through Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens. This mixed media art environment is completely covered in mosaics. The creator used handmade tiles, bottles, bicycle wheels and international folk art to tell a story about his life. If you’re looking for something new and exciting, check out this beautiful gallery.
If you’re looking for some of the best parks, restaurants, landmarks and local spots here are some of the best places to go:
- Frankford Hall- Philly-style beer garden that’s fun for groups and families. If you like drinking great beer and playing games, this is the place to be.
- Pat’s or Geno’s? The great debate! Get both and you decide which one you like best.
Places to Go:
- Philadelphia Art Museum- Everyone knows where Rocky famously ran up the steps. Just think, that could be you! Run up the steps to the Philadelphia Art Museum and check out the wonderful art and take in the beautiful views of the city.
- Rittenhouse Square- This is one of the original open-space parks that William Penn planned and its considered of the first urban public spaces in the U.S.
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