Philadelphia is still in the yellow phase, but residents and visitors alike can still enjoy themselves in the city and surrounding areas! Take a look at our list below of the top things to do during July: 

Virtual Wawa Welcome America Festival - July 4th: This year the party is coming to you! Join artists such as Jason Derulo and Cynthia Erivo virtually for their performances at the Philadelphia Met on the 4th. Check out Welcome America's website for more info!


Reopening of Longwood Gardens - July 1st: The stunning grounds that once belonged to Pierre du Pont are opening to the public again! For the time being timed tickets and masks are mandatory if you plan to visit the gardens. Take a look at their website for more info on visiting their amazing greenhouses and amazing outdoor water fountain displays. 


Philly Parks on Tap: While their operations may have changed some in order to keep patrons safe, Parks on Tap opened on June 12th and plans to continue throughout the summer! This year they are staying in one summer long location, the grounds of the Fairmount Park Horticulture Center, by the Franz Shubert memorial. For more info on what else has changed, be sure to take a look at their site


Treetop Quest in Fairmount Park: And speaking of Fairmount Park, their Treetop Quest attraction is now open! In light of Covid-19 you'll need to reserve your tickets now, but if you are looking for a fun outdoor activity this is one to definitely check out!