Family-Friendly Activities in Philly and Bucks County

December 15, 2017

Are you a parent looking for a few fun activities that include the whole family?  At Right Steps™ Education, we know that kids love to get out and have fun, so we’ve come up with a few top spots for family-friendly activities that are in both Bucks County and Philadelphia.  Your family is sure to have fun when they step out and visit a few of these great venues.

Bucks County is home to some of the best family-friendly activities in the state.  If you want a low-key adventure, there are a host of places to choose from and if you want something more exciting, there are options for that, as well.  One favorite place that offers outdoor entertainment in the summer is Sesame Place.  You might already know that Sesame Place is always an adventure because of the numerous rides, shows and character photo opportunities.

Another great option in Bucks County is Giggleberry Fair, located right in the heart of Peddler’s Village.  Giggleberry Fair is an amusement center that offers kids the chance to visit the famous Giggleberry Mountain, a three-story, indoor obstacle course, as well as the beautiful Grand Carousel.  Giggleberry Fair is also home to a game room that is perfect for parties and other gatherings.  Bucks County is also home to the Children’s Museum, located right in downtown New Hope.  The Bucks County Children’s Museum provides kids with interactive displays that encourage exploration.

Interested in visiting Philly, instead?  If you want to try something outside of the historical icons like Independence Hall and The Liberty Bell Center, Philadelphia offers a host of family-centered attractions geared toward children of every age.  Smith Memorial Playground is one attraction worth checking out, as well as the Philadelphia Zoo.  Smith Memorial Playground provides opportunities for unstructured free play and at Right Steps™ Education, we think you’ll love what they have to offer.  You can always check out the Philadelphia Zoo, as well.  The zoo is home to nearly 1,300 animals, many rare and endangered. The zoo has an exploration system called Zoo360.  This allows big cats and primates to move freely across the main visitor pathway and is always exciting to see.

If you still want more to do in Philadelphia, try out Spruce Street Harbor Park.  This outdoor oasis sits right on the Delaware River waterfront. It’s equipped with tree-slung hammocks, cargo container arcades and concessions, too.  Family members of all ages will love what Spruce Street Harbor Park has to offer.  There are misting palm trees and planted barges, making this a great place to stop and see with the whole family.







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