|Fun City Facts|
A marker on the 13th step of the Colorado capital building in Denver, Colorado is precisely 1 mile above sea level.
The top of the Empire State Building in New York was buit to be a mooring place for dirigibles (Blimps).
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|Fete Day at Elfreth's Alley|
|Elfreth's Alley Philadelphia, PA|
Take a walk back in time during Philly's annual Fete Day celebration, which is held on historic Elfreth Alley, the nation's oldest residential street. During the Sunday event, folks in traditional Colonial garb stroll the cobble stones and conduct their affairs like they would have done in 1702.
|Sunoco Welcome America|
|100 S Broad St Suite 300|
Philadelphia celebrates the nation's birth for an entire week. From the Mummers parade and hot air balloon races to the reading of the Declaration of Independence and free music concerts, spirits run high during this annual event. The celebration ends with a spectacular fireworks display over the Delaware River. Events take place at various locations, including Penn's Landing, Avenue of the Arts, and the Philadelphia Museum of Art, as well as parks and squares throughout town.
|Washington Crossing the Delaware|
|Washington Crossing Historic Park 1112 River Rd Washington Crsng Philadelphia, PA 18977|
If you're in Philadelphia or Bucks County on Christmas Day, this annual historical reenactment is a sight worth seeing, and is sure to captivate the entire family. The event commemorates December 25, 1776, when Washington and his troops took Camp Hessian at Trenton by surprise. Crossings take place at the McKonkey Ferry Inn Section of the Park.
December 04, 2022