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Easter Brunch in the Sky!

Enjoy a fun and delicious Easter Brunch with the family at Top of the Tower Sunday March 27 from 10am - 1:30pm. Indulge in the offerings at the seven buffet stations while taking in the spectacular views. The Easter Bunny will join the fun and there will be a Photo Booth and more!

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Take a Tour of the World's Largest Outdoor Art Gallery

The City of Philadelphia’s Mural Arts Program offers tours year-round. See the world’s largest collection of outdoor public art during an official Mural Arts Program tour. Public tour options include walking, trolley, train and even segway. Tours include details about the murals, the artistic process, the artists, and the history of the diverse communities that serve as the backdrop for this unique art form.

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Winter Warm Up Sale at the National Constitution Center Through March 31

The National Constitution Center is having a Winter Warm Up sale through March 31. For just $10 (usually $14.50) and $5 for children ages 4-12 (usually $8), visitors can experience the Center’s main exhibitions, take in the live production of Freedom Rising before it closes for renovations, view a rare copy of the Bill of Rights in the Constituting Liberty exhibit, and discover how freedom of religion became a fundamental right in Religious Liberty and the Founding of America.

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New One Liberty Observation Deck Offers Family Fun For Four Package Now Extended Through March 31

Give your family a bird’s eye view. $49 for two adults (ages 12+) and two youths (ages 3-11). This promotion runs through March 31, 2016. Available for purchase at ticketing counter.

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Now Through May 30 Tarantulas: Alive and Up Close

Tarantulas have a reputation that precedes them—terrifying, fast, hairy, scary—the biggest, baddest, and most fearsome of all spiders. In the Academy’s newest hands-on exhibit, Tarantulas: Alive and Up Close, you will come face-to-face with a stunning array of live tarantulas … fangs and all.

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Sister Cities Park

Sister Cities Park, at 18th Street and the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, has something for everyone. Families can explore the Children's Discovery Garden, rent and sail boats in the boat pond, grab a bite to eat at Milk & Honey Cafe or just sit and relax at Sister Cities Fountain and enjoy the picturesque views.

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K-8 Public Elementary Schools Map

Center City's public elementary schools present a variety of options for families. According to School District policy, parents living within a particular public elementary school's boundaries can send their children to their neighborhood school by applying at any time.

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A Complete Guide To The First-Ever Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival

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The 2016 Philadelphia Science Festival Arrives Citywide April 22

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Patriots & Pirates Opens At The Independence Seaport Museum, April 13

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Check Out Adventure Aquarium’s Brand-New Little Blue Penguins

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Celebrate Easter Sunday On South Street With Free, Family-Friendly Fun

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Historic Philadelphia To Debut New Exhibits, Events And A Huge Festival This Summer

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Must-See Philadelphia Flower Show Displays Showing Local Love In 2016

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Everything You Need To Know About The 2016 Philadelphia Flower Show

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The Franklin Institute To Explore Pixar Movie Magic In A Huge Exhibit Opening This March

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African American Museum In Philadelphia Debuts Exhibition Of Afro-Cuba And Groupo Antillano

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The Philadelphia Auto Show Rolls Into Town January 30

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Top 15 Most Festive Things To Do For The Holidays This Week

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