JULY 01 2012
Monet's Garden at New York Botanical Garden
Beer Here: Brewing New York's History
The flowers in this section of the beautiful Botanical Garden was inspired by the painting styles of the great Claude Monet.
Shakespeare in the Park
New York has been brewing since day one, and now you can walk through its rich history one sip at a time.
Zarkana by Cirque Du Soleil
Help Shakespeare in the Park celebrate 50 years of providing New York with wonderful free theater, during the long summer days.
Mural Mile Walking Tour
A show you definitely don't want to miss, Zarkana's wild acrobatics and colorful displays will stretch your imagination.
Headhouse Square Farmers' Market
Allow an expert guide to show you the ins and outs of Center City, as you learn about the many restaurants, shopping hotspots and landmarks in the neighborhood.
Gallery 339 Presents Kell Connell: Double Life
The only way to put fresher ingredients on your table would be to pick them yourself.
The Franklin Institute Presents The Dead Sea Scrolls: Life and Faith in Ancient Times
Attempt to wrap your mind around Connell's intriguing photographs of the not so typical couple, as they go through their daily routine.
Take advantage of the world's first opportunity to view the earliest known Biblical texts, recently excavated from a cave along the coast of the Dead Sea.
Light: Installations by Bruce Munro at Longwood Gardens
Decadent Gourmet Tour
If you are in need of a breath taking walk, do not hesitate to experience the beauty of nature in Bruce Munro's lucid vision of the Longwood Gardens.
Feed your appetite with this delicious walking tour that will take your taste buds on a roller coaster ride of flavors, from some of Philadelphia's favorites.
The Independence Seaport Museum presents Art in the Open: The Exhibition
History in HD Walking Tour
Featuring guest curators and wonderful, local art, this exhibit is a great way to get a feel importance of maritime activity in a city far from the coast.
Philadelphia Museum of Art presents Gauguin, Cezanne and Matisse: Visions of Arcadia
Seeing as both the Declaration of Independence and the US Constitution were drafted in Philadelphia, it wouldn't seem right to see Philly without appreciating all of the landmarks that are essential to American history.
Attempt to wrap you mind around the idea of everlasting beauty, just as these masterful Arcadian painters did throughout the 1900's.
National Gallery of Art Presents Joan Miro: The Ladder of Escape
A truly impressive collection of art geared toward understand the World War Era, don't miss the chance to see this surrealist display of turbulence before it leaves the US.
Lasting for 12 weeks, there is plenty of opportunity to take in an eclectic range of public art and cultural events, in temporary spaces that energize public areas and bring to life two vacant storefronts.