The Best Things to Do in Philly in June with Kids
With the school year wrapping up and summer break starting, families in Philly have some exciting options for day or evening excursions in June. Pick your own strawberries, enjoy a meal outdoors at a kid-friendly Philly restaurant, or peruse this list of rainy-day activities in case the weather doesn’t cooperate.
June is a great month to enjoy the sunshine, and this list of activities reflects that. The Philadelphia Flower Show heads outside this year. We honor Juneteenth mid-month with Philadelphia at the hub of the nation’s celebrations. Young fishermen or women can celebrate Father's Day at the Bucks County Fishing Derby, and Thomas and friends invite younger kids (and their parents) for a day out on a steam train.
If your family is looking to take advantage of this beautiful month, read on. And be sure to check out the Mommy Poppins Philadelphia events calendar.
As the Philadelphia area reopens, some events might still require social distancing and masking. If you arrive at a venue that appears too crowded, try using the “nearby” search feature on our event calendar to find something else to do.
Places featured in this article:
Blue Cross RiverRink
Greater Philadelphia Expo Center
Pennsylvania Convention Center
Community Arts Center
Betsy Ross House
Upper Schuylkill Valley Park
Peace Valley Nature Center
Malcolm X Park
Strasburg Rail Road
Peace Valley Park Pavilion 1 -
Francis Harvey Green Lot
ArtsQuest Center at SteelStacks