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Philadelphia boasts a hot lineup of family and learning deals this week

Philadelphia boasts a hot lineup of family and learning deals this week
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By Hoodline - Published on November 07, 2019.

If the playground, park and movie routine is getting a little tired, why not do something different with the kids this week? From a scavenger hunt to a garden tour, these events will win approval from everyone in the family.

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Self-Guided scavenger hunt 

From the ScavengerHunt.com deal description:

Participants gear up and launch an app to start their own adventure, racing against the clock at their own pace. Guided by clues sent to their smartphone, they'll discover hidden gems while getting fun stories and insights about historical sites they encounter. 

Where: 1401 John F Kennedy Blvd.
Price: $24-$57
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Operation City Quest

From the Operation City Quest deal description:

This digital family-friendly scavenger hunt game sends teams through the city competing to find items and complete challenges with help of remote guide. 

Where: 1 N. Independence Mall West
Price: $19.50-$61.50
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General admission at Independence Seaport Museum

From the Independence Seaport Museum deal description:

Visitors view galleries and learn about the history and science behind the Philadelphia region’s waterways. 

Where: 211 S. Columbus Blvd.
Price: $9-$25
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Guided tours at Bartram's Garden

From the Bartram's Garden deal description:

These 45-minute guided tours help guests become acquainted with the site’s history, Native American artifacts and plant life.

Where: 5400 Lindbergh Blvd.
Price: $8-$24
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