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Best Events Coming to Philly this November

Posted by Admin PhillyLiving on Monday, October 22nd, 2018 at 1:10pm.

  • Peddler’s Village Apple Festival: Celebrating their 45th Annual Festival on November 4th & 5th, Peddler’s Village is worth the trip outside of the city. There are many different food and vendor options to choose from plus if you would like, you can pre-order apple pies and purchase a festival package with guaranteed parking and priority seating at the restaurant, plus some great PV swag.
  • Philly Marathon: Marathon weekend is more than just the race, it’s an experience! From the time you register for the event, to pick up your bib packet, to the start of the race and then the feeling you get when you cross the finish line...it’s the entire package! Plus it is a fun time for friends and family who come to cheer you on, and at the conclusion of your race, enjoy a great brunch with you! There’s still time to register if you are interested!

  • Charlie & Chocolate Factory on Broadway: But daddy I want a golden goose! Be prepared to dislike Veruca Salt all over again as she and the rest of the golden ticket winners grace Broad Street this November! Shows run from November 6th-18th and tickets are available now!

  • Philly Holiday Festival: Hosted by One Liberty Observation Deck, the Philly Holiday Festival includes the Philly Holiday Tree at City Hall, holiday happy hours at participating bars around Philadelphia every Thursday between Thanksgiving and New Year’s and so much more!

  • Rothman Ice Rink at Dilworth Park: Not just for the holidays, this ice rink pops up November 9th and is open to the public through the end of February (well, 2/24 to be exact). Skate, site-see or warm up at the Rothman Cabin just feet from the rink, it’s the perfect cold day activity for the entire family!

  • Franklin Square Holiday Festival: Beginning the evening of November 15th Franklin Square becomes a festive light show set to an array of holiday tunes. Family and pet-friendly, everyone is invited!

  • Longwood Gardens Christmas: You think Longwood Gardens & you think beautiful flowers, bubbling ponds, and spring, right? Right...but consider this: bundling up in hats & scarves to journey through a stunning garden illuminated by thousands of lights under the winter moon while being serenaded by carolers and sip hot chocolate. You in or what?!

  • Comcast Christmas Light Spectacular: An annual holiday tradition in the lobby of the Comcast Center, the 15-minute spectacular gives spectators a journey through holiday classics & more! Ready to get your holiday fill? The first show of the season starts November 22nd.

  • Rittenhouse Square Tree Lighting: There’s nothing like Rittenhouse Square when the leaves have given way to snowflakes! On November 27th at 5pm the tree will illuminate and there will be a holiday celebration. This year, the Friends of Rittenhouse are asking for toy donations to help jumpstart the season of giving.

  • Thanksgiving Day Parade: A Philly favorite each year is the larger than life Thanksgiving Day Parade! Beginning at 8:30am Thanksgiving Day you can stay home & watch from your couch or get out and celebrate the oldest Thanksgiving parade in the country with massive balloons, floats & more!

Christmas Village, Macy’s Light Show, BlueCross RiverRink...need more info on these Philly holiday staples? Just click on the event you want more details on!

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