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The Best Things to do in Philadelphia this New Year’s Eve

The LAST week of the year December 24th to January 1st is an extremely exciting one in Philadelphia. There are so many events and attractions to check out. If you’re at a loss for what to do after watching spending time with your family, check out our list of happenings for an action-packed week in the city of Philadelphia.


Macy’s Christmas Light Show – An annual tradition taking place in the Center City neighborhood since 1956, the Macy’s Christmas Light Show bedazzles audiences every hour on the hour and includes over 100,000 LED lights, twinkling snowflakes and flying reindeer. Don’t forget to have your picture taken with Santa!

The Nutcracker at the Kimmel Center – Make it a tradition to see this beloved ballet, perfect for everyone in the family. The Pennsylvania Ballet performs The Nutcracker at the Academy of Music. Running through December 30th.

Walking Fish Theatre’s The Young Adventures of Santa, a Yuletide Burlesque – If you want to get in touch with your sassy side, head up to the Fishtown neighborhood theater, Walking Fish, for this adults-only holiday show, featuring a Santa that was abandoned as a baby and raised by a lioness and a bunch of nymphs.

Cirque Eloize | iD at Kimmel Center – Treat yourself to

a bit of Broadway with this innovative theatrical circus performance featuring acrobats, gorgeous kaleidoscope colors and even break dancers. Running December 26-30.

Kids’ New Year’s Eve Countdown at Franklin Square: Even if you have an early bedtime, you can still enjoy NYE at this fun-filled event for the little ones starting at 6pm. Enjoy a great view of the fireworks.

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