Cultural Alliance Hosts Free Old City Museum Crawl for Teens
Tomorrow afternoon, the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance‘s STAMP program, an initiative to get young people out to Philly’s cultural attractions, will host an Old City museum crawl for area teens aged 14-19.
The day starts at the National Constitution Center (NCC) at 3:30 pm. From there, teens can venture out to explore participating museums in the vicinity, which include the African American Museum, National Liberty Museum, National Museum of American Jewish History, Philadelphia History Museum and Independence Visitor Center.
Those who choose to ride their bikes to the event should make a pitstop at the Pennsylvania Environmental Council‘s pop-up bike repair clinic at NCC from 3:30 to 6:30 pm. There, riders can nab some bike lube, flat-repair material or get a general bike tune-up.
The romp will culminate with a mixer back at the Constitution Center, with food, prize giveaways and a dance party hosted by DJ Marcus.
The free event takes place Friday, August 14th, from 3:30 to 6:30 pm, and is open to STAMP passholders and all Philadelphia teens aged 14-19.