There’s Snow Place Like Philadelphia

The Philly Holiday Festival presented by One Liberty Observation Deck encompasses all things holiday throughout Philadelphia and celebrates old traditions and new memories, encouraging residents and visitors to shop, dine, explore and do more in the city this holiday season.

Check out the Philly Holiday Tree powered by NRG at City Hall on North Broad Street. Enjoy an illuminating tree base representing Philadelphia neighborhoods and icons. Don’t miss the Craft Hall Pop-Up Restaurant which will great bites and festive cocktails, including Barefoot Bubbly!

Holiday festivities begin with the 6abc Thanksgiving Day Parade on Thursday, November 23, and end with the SugarHouse New Year’s Eve Fireworks on the Waterfront on December 31 and the Mummers Parade on Monday, January 1, 2018.

A Tradition Of Giving

This year, One Liberty Observation Deck is highlighting time honored holiday traditions in Philadelphia. Special holiday traditions are those that bring communities and people together and those that showcase unique and wonderful qualities of neighborhoods and cities. We invite you to experience Philadelphia’s wonderful holiday traditions 57 floors up atop One Liberty Place, with displays highlighting Miracle on South 13th Street, The PA Ballet’s annual performance of The Nutcracker and The Mummers Parade on New Year’s Day. These are our favorite traditions of Philadelphia during the holiday season which we’re thrilled to present along with our breathtaking 360º panoramic views of Philly From The Top.

A portion of proceeds this holiday season will be donated to Big Brothers Big Sisters Independence Region in support of their mission to positively impact lives through mentoring. Join us and give back while making new memories and traditions with your families.