Duration: Two days and one night
The City of Brotherly Love boasts more than 100 years of professional sports teams that attract dedicated fans across the country. Enjoy this sports road trip through Philadelphia to get a firsthand look at the venues these teams call home.
Unable to watch the game in person? Cheer on your team at one of Philadelphia’s largest sports bars, the Field House. Located in Philadelphia just minutes from the stadiums, this sports bar offers more than 35 HDTVs, a state-of-the-art sound system, 40 local drafts and an American food menu.Read More >
Located in the evolving Fairmount neighborhood, this bar and grill is sure to please. The saloon offers a 12-tap system and a growing beer and wine list that pairs well with any appetite, and their burger menu will satisfy your cravings during the big game.Read More >
Located minutes from the Philadelphia stadiums, Pat’s King of Steaks has been serving famous cheesesteaks since 1930. Known as the originator and inventor of the steak-and-cheese sandwich, Pat’s is a must-see when visiting Philadelphia.Read More >
The Holiday Inn is located in downtown Philadelphia and is within walking distance of all the major sporting venues. Guests can book a sports package that includes two draft beers at the hotel bar, complimentary hotel parking and complimentary airport transportation.Read More >
Experience modern style and historic charm in this dynamic city hub. This eco-friendly hotel is located just four miles from Center City and minutes from all of Philadelphia’s famous sporting venues.Read More >
Experience modern day luxury in the City of Brotherly Love by staying at the Omni Hotel at Independence Park. This AAA Four-Diamond European-style luxury hotel in downtown Philadelphia's Society Hill provides luxurious amenities and is located close to many historical sites.Read More >
For those who can’t attend the game but still want to be close to the action, Chickie’s and Pete’s is the place for big-screen TVs and the most passionate sports fans in Philadelphia. This famous Philadelphia restaurant is within walking distance from the professional sporting venues, and is a must-see for their famous Crabfries®.Read More >
Cobb’s Creek Golf Club
This golf club is the site of the first public golf course in the Greater Philadelphia area, and is ranked the #6 Best Municipal Course in America by Golf Week Magazine. Located 20 minutes outside of Center City Philadelphia, the course boasts many accolades and has hosted two PGA Tour events.
Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame
Located in Lancaster, Pa., about an hour from Philadelphia, the Pennsylvania Sports Hall of Fame is where Pennsylvania athletes are recognized for their achievements, and it’s the only community-based Hall of Fame in the country. Visitors can relive the history of Pennsylvania’s greatest athletes, including boxing legend Joe Frazier and Olympic swimmer Jeremy Linn.
Victory Brewing Company
Visit the Victory Brewing Company in Downingtown, Pa., less than an hour from Philadelphia, to sample one of their famous seasonal or specialty beers. After you work up an appetite sampling their famous brews, enjoy a meal that includes burgers, steak, nachos and many more delicious options.
Merion Golf Club
Located in Ardmore, Pa., just 20 minutes from Philadelphia, the Merion Golf Club continues to be one of the country’s best courses. In 2013, Merion hosted the U.S. Open and is home to more USGA Championships than any course in America. The private golf club is home to several iconic moments in the game’s history and is played by the greatest, including Bobby Jones, where he had the “Grand Slam” in 1930.
USA Field Hockey Hall of Fame
Located at Ursinus College, 40 minutes from Philadelphia in Collegeville, Pa., the USA Field Hockey Hall of Fame honors the achievements of athletes and coaches of USA field hockey teams and athletes.
York Barbell Weightlifting Hall of Fame
The Weightlifting Hall of Fame offers a diverse history of strength sports, from the sport’s evolution to the early Olympic Games. Located two hours west of Philadelphia in York, Pa., the Hall of Fame provides exhibits that feature iconic moments from the 19th and 20th centuries, including specialized sports of Olympic weightlifting, powerlifting and bodybuilding.