Grill up some burgers and hot dogs to celebrate Father’s Day the traditional way. Or let our guide inspire all your barbecue endeavors.
13. Sit back and relax with a bucket of popcorn.
Spend a night at Cinemark Theatre on Father’s Day, especially when Finding Dory is playing, a spin-off of Finding Nemo—this happens to be a movie all about fatherhood.
14. Upgrade dad’s wardrobe with stylish new finds.
Spend the day shopping at Suburban Square. Discover trendy mens clothing at stores like Jack Wills and J. Crew.
15. You be the judge while touring Philadelphia’s finest breweries.
Make sure your father is educated about his favorite beers. Visit four of the city’s breweries while tasting delectable samples. Bonus: transportation is provided.
16. Take a road trip.
Follow historical Route 1 out of Philly for a scenic drive full of roadside wonders. Plus, you'll never get lost because dad will be there to give directions.
17. Ditch the car.
Ride through the city on two wheels instead of four. Rent bikes at Fairmount Bicycles on an hourly, daily, or two-day basis.
18. Don’t speak to dad until he’s had his coffee.
Sunday mornings typically require some caffeine. Opt for one of these amazing local coffee shops.
19. Pretend to be tourists for the day.
Take selfies with your dad in front of the Liberty Bell while a tour guide leads the way.
20. Trace your ancestral roots and eat at a restaurant that relates.
Experience your family culture by dining at one of our favorite restaurants, which includes cuisines from all over the world.
Channel your inner artists at The Clay Studio.
21. Discover your inner Picasso.
For those with artsy fathers, create your very own masterpiece at The Clay Studio.
22. Help dad design his own man cave.
Father’s Day is a great excuse to give your dad a gift that will last, like a room in the house for him and his buddies to hang out. Use our guide on top interior designers in Philadelphia to get a head start.
23. Relive your childhood memories.
Venture back to the special places you and dad went to when you were a kid, like riding the carousel at Franklin Square.