Last summer I wrote this post about a day trip my mom and I took into the city. This post is very similar, except instead of summer at The Academy of Natural Science, it’s winter at The Franklin Institute.
With summer coming to an end, Nicole and I only had a few days left where we could go somewhere. One place we have been wanting to go to was Philly Magic Gardens. It was really hot out, but at least it wasn’t raining for once.
Okay, The Academy of Natural Sciences currently has a special dinosaur exhibit going on. My mom and I wanted to go see it, so that’s what we did. We took the train downtown in the morning, and arrived at the museum shortly after it opened. I had never been to the museum before so we started in the regular dinosaur exhibit. Continue reading
Okay, so it always works out that the days I have off are the days it is raining. However, this did not stop Nicole and I from making plans. We went to the Barnes Foundation in the earlier part of the day while the weather was bad. After that, we went to Spruce Street Harbor Park since the rain cleared up.
Okay, Pizza Brain, Litte Baby’s Ice Cream, Reading Terminal, and more. When looking for weird things to do in Philly, Nicole and I learned that Fishtown is home to the world’s first pizza museum. We both agreed that this was something we definitely wanted to see as soon as possible, so we decided to make this our first adventure.