PHS Rain Check program
Qualifying Philadelphia residents can sign up to receive a free rain barrel, courtesy of the Philadelphia Water Department. These rain barrels help to collect stormwater before they get combined with sewage and enter our waterways! Other subsidized stormwater management systems offered through the Rain Check program are: planter boxes, de-paving, porous paving, and rain garden planting. Visit the PHS rain check program today here to see what project you may be qualified for.
This initiative strive to introduce urban forestry into the streets and backyard of Philly. Since urban development, we’ve lost much needed vegetative cover. If you are missing a street tree in front of your property or wish to have some shade for your backyard, visit the website here to find out more information or contact your local Tree Tender.
The Franklin institute is a large family-friendly science museum that opens its door up to the public for community nights one night per month. You can check their calendar here for the next community night.
Free all the time! Visit their website here.
The museum is free for guests on the first Sunday of every month from 10am to 5pm. Students can get admission for $5 on weekdays. Students can also get in for free on college nights each Friday of the week. Doors open at 5pm.
Philadelphia Art Museum
This famous art museum is open to the public every first Sunday of the month from 10am to 5pm and Wednesdays 5pm-8:45pm. It’s pay-what-you-wish so donations are encouraged! Kids under the age of 13 will get free admission all the time.