Every two hours, the Wanamaker building atrium lights up with holiday images and music from its world-famous organ. Don't miss the Dickens Village upstairs. Friday, November 28th through Wednesday, December 31st Macy's Center City, 1300 Market Street
Experience the city's newest tradition: 15 minutes of holiday magic in breathtaking high-res LED video at the top of every hour (except 5:00 p.m. on weekdays, for obvious reasons). This year there are animatronic snowmen in the lobby, too. Thursday, November 27th through Thursday, January 1st Comcast Center, 1701 JKF Boulevard
Ben Franklin sets off over 50,000 lights to the sounds of Philly POPS throughout the square in two alternating shows every 30 minutes. Stop by Ben's Bites and Brews and the Barren Hill Brewery Beer Garden while you're at it. Now through Wednesday, December 31st Franklin Square, 200 North 6th Street
Visit the cozy indoor Lodge for a warm drink (or a cold brew) after skating under dancing lights and shopping for gifts with Art Star. Friday, November 28th through Wednesday, March 1st Delaware River Waterfront, Market Street and Columbus Boulevard
Cost: Winterfest admission is free, but skating is $3 plus $10 for rental skates if you need 'em.
Sparkling trees, twinkling lights, holiday-themed tree houses, and an incredible outdoor light display - what more could you ask for? A sneak peek? Okay here.) Thursday, November 27th through Sunday, January 11th Longwood Gardens, 1001 Longwood Road, Kennet Square, PA
Cost: On weekdays, Adults: $20, Children 18 and under: $10. On weekends, Adults: $27, Children 18 and under: $13.
Drum roll, please: The brand new ice rink in the shadow of City Hall makes for quite the Instagram-worthy night out. Now through Sunday, February 22nd Dilworth Park, Broad and Market Streets, West Side of City Hall.
Cost: Adults are $4 and children 10 and under are $3, plus $8 for rental skates if you need 'em.
The best neighborhood light display in the city has become a Philadelphia tradition. And yes, it will make you very, very jealous. Monday, December 1st through Wednesday, December 31st
13th Street between Tasker and Morris Streets
From rocking jingle bell dinners to sparkly lunch cruises, sail along the Delaware for sight seeing and holiday fun perfect for all ages. Monday, December 1st through Wednesday, December 31st Spirit of Philadelphia, Penn's Landing at Columbus Boulevard and Lombard Circle
Cost: Prices vary
Hop on the PHLASH holiday loop for a night of site-seeing. It takes you to Franklin Square Electrical Spectacle, the Comcast Holiday Spectacular, and the Macy's Christmas Light Show. Friday, November 28th through Wednesday, December 31st, 6:00-10:00 p.m. Various locations
Cost: $2 per ride, or $5 for an all-day pass