With freezing temperatures and brutal wind chill, it may be hard to find the motivation to leave your nicely heated home this time of year. However, there are many incredible things happening throughout the city this winter. Here is your 2020 Winter Event Roundup for Philadelphia.

Winter at Dilworth Park

Dilworth Park will offer a variety of winter-themed attractions until Feb. 23. From ice skating to seasonal drinks, there's something for everyone here. Wintergarden has a beautiful display of plants to enjoy if you're up for walking around. Rothman Orthopaedics Ice Rink offers a chilly yet festive ice skating experience right in front of City Hall. Finally, to warm up afterwards, Rothman Orthopaedics cabin offers seasonal drinks. For those who embrace the freezing temps, Dilworth Park is the place to be. 



Theatre

There are a lot of amazing plays to see in Philadelphia this year. One must-see play is Man of God by Interact Theatre Company, which will run from Jan. 24 to Feb. 16. A dark comedy, this show is a part of the Philly Theatre Week as well. A Hundred Words for Snow at Inus Nua is a solo show that will run from Feb. 5 to Feb. 23. Finally, Fool for Love will show at EgoPo just in time for Valentine’s Day, from Feb. 5 to Feb. 23. This is just a small sample of the many shows you can catch throughout Philly this winter. 



Wonderspaces

Exhibitions are rotating, but this January, Wonderspaces will open in Fashion District Philadelphia. Occupying 24-thousand square feet, Wonderspaces will offer an interactive and immersive experience. Some of the featured instillations include Body Paint, Sweet Spot, and Stories of Mechanical Music. Take your family and friends for an extraordinary experience surrounded by incredible art. With locations already in San Diego and Arizona, be one of the first to partake in this awe-inspiring experience.



HAPPY PLACE at King of Prussia

Lucky for us, King of Prussia Mall—the largest national retail space—is located just outside of Philly. Until Feb. 29, they will host the HAPPY PLACE pop-up. The pop-up is immersive and designed to promote happiness. There are different rooms that are multi-sensory, as well as giant installations throughout the exhibit. You can expect to find rooms filled with 40,000 gold flowers, a confetti dome, a rubber ducky bathtub, and much more. This experience is sure to be a unique one!



Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest

Penn’s Landing is the place to be for all things winter. An ice skating rink designed for Olympians, a winter garden, fire pits, and games are just a few of the winter activities on offer. Fortunately, Winterfest will run until Mar. 8. The activities and events are designed to welcome people of all ages. So, if you're missing the joy of the holiday season, this is the stop for you. 




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