6 Things To Do With Dad On Father’s Day In Philadelphia

//6 Things To Do With Dad On Father’s Day In Philadelphia

6 Things To Do With Dad On Father’s Day In Philadelphia

June is a month that is now recognized as the month for men with it being called Men’s Health Month. Of course, part of recognizing men in June comes through celebrating them on Father’s Day. With Father’s day around the corner, there are so many things that are on offer in Philadelphia to help you celebrate dad. Here are seven activities to consider for your father on his special day.

Six Father’s Day ActivitiesHappy fathers day note

There is bound to be something more exciting to gift dad with other than another pair of socks and striped tie this year, here are a few ideas to get excited about for dad’s day.

1. Baseball-Citizen’s Bank Park

If your dad is a baseball fan, he can enjoy a Phillies home game which is an experience both father and child will appreciate. This Father’s Day, the Diamondbacks play the Phillies at home in an exciting fixture. If you opt to have your dad stay at the Morris House Hotel you can make things easier for you both if you use the sports package special.  You can enjoy hot dogs, nachos, and other snacks while cheering the Phillies, or the Diamondbacks if you prefer, which will be a time for bonding.

2. Nay Aug Park (Annual Father’s Day Car Show)

If your father is a car enthusiast, this is the perfect place for him. Hundreds of cars are on display at this venue. There are muscle cars, exotic cars, classic cars and sports cars among many others. Let your dad feast his eyes on some of the most incredible car designs. There also amazing customized paint, rim, engine, bodywork and interior jobs that are very creative and exquisitely done. The car show is an event that will surely get your father excited and will make for a day or trip worth remembering.

3. Philadelphia Sightseeing Tours

Philadelphia is a beautiful city with numerous incredible attractions.  If your father is visiting Philadelphia for the first time take him sightseeing to the places that best showcase the city. He can learn about of the city’s incredible history while enjoying the scenery.

4. Skydive Philadelphia

If you want to give your father a rare adrenaline rush on his special day, Skydiving is the activity for him. Skydive Philadelphia has expert professionals with an excellent track record when it comes to safety. They are the perfect facility for first-time divers. There is nothing your dad will remember like jumping out of a plane at 20,000 feet and falling fast towards the ground. The feeling of excitement combined with fear will make him feel like a kid again. All in all, it will be an exhilarating experience any father would wish to share with his child.

5. Philadelphia Father’s Day Cruises

Enjoying the beautiful waterfront of Philadelphia is rarely, if ever, a disappointing experience. Going on a cruise is something the whole family can participate in. The cruise offers a different view of Philadelphia as opposed to touring the city streets. There is music and dancing on the cruises which the entire family will enjoy. Don’t forget the beautiful scenery, fun, and a family experience that is sure to make a memorable father’s day.

6. Take Him PaintballingPaintball fight

Take a drive and make a weekend out of  going paintballing with dad. One place you can take dad to is Crusader Paintball which is located in Bucks County, a short ride will get you there via Rt1 or I-95. There is no need to worry about safety there because the people at Crusader Paintball will have you set up with paint canisters, as well as helmets to protect your face from all the flying paintballs.

All in all,  there are so many ways to show your dad how much you appreciate him this Father’s Day, these are just a few options to help you make memorable memories with him.

By |2016-06-10T17:47:29+00:00June 10th, 2016|Events|Comments Off on 6 Things To Do With Dad On Father’s Day In Philadelphia

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Luke Wistar Morris was part of the Morris family who built what is now the Morris House Hotel. Luke had many interests including brewing beer, and was an engineer in Philadelphia. Follow Luke on Google+
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