Fore! The Planet is a highly interactive and playful indoor miniature golf course designed by the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia. This exhibition helps to broaden children’s awareness about crucial environmental issues while enjoying hours of fun. Eighteen unique, educational holes have been designed to allow you to explore butterfly metamorphosis, a tropical rainforest, evolution, dinosaur extinction, food chains, and more. Perfect for kids of all ages as well as entire families, everybody will enjoy playing miniature golf while learning more about the world we inhabit– every step of the way. To limit the numbers of visitors and support social distancing, timed tickets will be required. Visit Linvilla Orchards’ website to learn more.
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Fore! The Planet at Linvilla Orchards is open until March 28, 2021 and is open everyday from 9am to 5pm. You can purchase tickets here. Tickets are $9 for ages 11 and over and $7 for ages 10 and under.
February marks Black History Month and throughout the month and beyond, there are countless ways to celebrate and support Black history and culture across the Greater Philadelphia area.
Visit Philadelphia, the city’s tourism website, has compiled a series of guides highlighting Philadelphia area Black-owned independent businesses and restaurants, which are disproportionately at risk of closure during the COVID-19 pandemic, as well as exhibitions and events that elevate stories of the Black experience.
Whether ordering food from Black-owned delivery startups Bloc Delivery or Black and Mobile, taking in Mural Arts’ one hour Black History Virtual Mural Tour, or taking in Longwood Gardens’ Voices in the Landscape audio tour, there are countless ways to safely celebrate Black History Month.
Events are occuring virtually and in person throughout the month of February and beyond. For more information, visit Visit Philadelphia’s website.