Darts, pool, and bar food come together well in this upscale establishment. By far, not a seedy, smoke filled, corner tavern with a worn table in back. A good place to go stag or with a group.
Private and semi-private lessons are available for out-of-towners -- kids and adults. And you don't need to be a pro. Beginner rides are offered along with advanced. Chamounix operates stables in Fairmount Park.
- Horse Riding
This is a Philadelphia gem with over 215 miles of recreation trails, six golf courses, disc golf, and numerous athletic fields. Other active possibilities include: horseback riding lessons, bike and skate rentals, rowing on the Schuylkill River, tennis and more.
- Multiple Sports Activities
Want to feel like a kid in a gourmet, organic candy store? Come to the Headhouse Farmers’ Market. It is a seasonal, open-air market boasting local and fresh produce, dairy, meat, breads and pastries. Although some patrons have complained that the eco-trendy booths draw in a snooty crowd, allLeast Expensive
C'mon - if you're staying in downtown Philly and have never viewed the place where the U.S. Constitution and Declaration of Independence were written, you're missing out.
This is one of those historical landmarks that you need to see - even if in town only for one day. The Liberty Bell is conveniently located to all downtown hotels and can be viewed 24 hours a day. An up close, indoor view is possible 9am to 5pm and extended hours during July and August.
In Fairmount Park, the Philadelphia Museum of Art displays a splendid assortment of work created by the hands of history's greatest artists. More importantly, it is the site of the "Rocky" statue and the stairs made famous by the Oscar winning movie.