Philadelphia Things To Do
Delaware, Montgomery & Berks Counties

The Philadelphia things to do and Philadelphia tourist attractions offer outdoor sights to see for the whole family.

Serene gardens with huge varieties of plants and flowers await as does an historic park.

Delaware County

Chanticleer Gardens

786 Church Road
Wayne PA 19087

March-October Wed-Sun 10 AM-5 PM, May-August Fridays 10 AM-8 PM

Former estate of Christine and Adolph Rosengarten Sr with trees, wildflowers, plants, flowers, sculptures, a water garden and more.

The gardens include: Stream Garden, Ruin and Gravel Garden, The Orchard, Cut Flower and Vegetable Garden, Minder Woods, Pond Garden, Asian Woods, The Serpentine, Chanticleer House Garden, Teacup Garden, Tennis Court Garden.
Wayne PA Hotels

  • Programs
  • Classes
  • Workshops 

Tyler Arboretum
515 Painter Road
Media PA 19063

Media PA Hotels

Open year round either 9 AM-4 PM or 9 AM-8 PM. See website for hours.

  • 650 acres
  • Plants, trees, historic buildings, hiking trails
  • Workshops
  • Classes
  • Exhibits

Montgomery County

Bryn Athyn Cathedral


900 Cathedral Road, Box 277C
Bryn Athyn PA 19009

Mon-Sat 9 AM-4 PM, Sunday 1-4 PM
Tours – 1-4 PM daily
Grounds are open for quiet reflection daily during the day

The Cathedral is a mix of Gothic and Romanesque architecture.

  • Educational programs

Graeme Park
859 County Line Road
Horsham PA 19044
Horsham PA Hotels

Fri-Sat 10 AM-4 PM, Sunday 12-4 PM

Historic park with 42 acres that includes the Keith House, home to a Colonial PA governor. There are nature trails and places to picnic. Enjoy wildlife viewing of deer, wild turkey, herons.

John James Audubon Center at Mill Grove


1201 Pawlings Road
Audubon PA 19403
Audubon PA Hotels
Tues-Sat 10 AM-4 PM, Sunday 1-4 PM
Grounds – Tues-Sun 7 AM-dusk

The museum features Audubon’s art work while the grounds have hundreds of different birds for bird watching, 400+ variety of plants and walking trails.

  • Events
  • Educational programs

Berks County

The sights in this county of the state offer opportunities for exploration, gift buying and wildlife viewing.

Bird lovers can take a hike at Hawk Mountain and see spectacular views.

You are given paper and a pencil and will write down all the different species of birds you see.

Be sure to bring your camera!

Crystal Cave
963 Crystal Cave Rd
Kutztown PA 19530

March 1-November 30
March-April, October-November Monday to Sunday 9 AM-5 PM
May and September Mon-Fri 9 AM-5 PM, Sat-Sun 9AM-6 PM
Memorial Day – Labor Day Mon-Fri 9 AM-6 PM, Sat-Sun 9 AM-7 PM

  • 45 minute interpretive tour
  • Also has a restaurant, mini golf course, gemstone panning

Hawk Mountain Sanctuary


1700 Hawk Mountain Rd
Kempton PA 19529

Open all year
Trails open daily dawn to dusk
Visitor Center – December-August 9 AM-5 PM, September-November 8 AM-5 PM

This is a refuge for eagles, falcons and hawks. Mid August to mid December is when migration occurs.

You can easily spend a day here walking or hiking around the area.

Bird lovers definitely won’t want to miss this!

  • Trails
  • Bookstore
  • Garden with native plants
  • Programs and events throughout the year

Koziar’s Christmas Village
782 Christmas Village Rd
Bernville PA 19506

Open beginning of November to beginning of January

  • 500,000+ Christmas lights
  • Displays cover the William M. Koziar property and include a lake, trees, walkways and buildings in addition to a house and barn. Displays are both indoors and outdoors.
  • Photos with Santa for the kids
  • Gift shop

The Pagoda
Reading PA
Reading PA Hotels

Open all year 12-5 PM daily

On Mount Penn made of tile and red brick

  • Gift shop

Have fun visiting the tourist attractions in Pennsylvania!

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