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Better Sober: How to Have an Amazing Alcohol-Free Weekend in Philadelphia

Written By Legacy Healing Center - Jun 23 2021

Better Sober: How to Have an Amazing Alcohol-Free Weekend in Philadelphia

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The Best Philadelphia Weekend is an Alcohol-Free One: Here’s How to Plan It

When you’re in the midst of addiction, it’s easy to look over the incredible venues in and around Philadelphia that don’t have anything to do with substance abuse. Those suffering from addiction often have told us that while there may be things they have wanted to try, they simply cannot find the time for them because their addiction consumes them.

However, once you complete your addiction treatment program, we always recommend that our clients take advantage of seeing some of the tremendous sober-friendly sites in Philadelphia. Whether you opt to visit them on your own or with a sober friend or family member, you’re sure to enjoy your time exploring the city.

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Amazing Hotels in Philadelphia

Do you have friends or family that are visiting you from out of town? Philadelphia is filled with high-quality hotels such as:

The Logan Philadelphia

This hotel will make you feel as though you’re walking into a luxurious home away from home. From their updated suites to an incredible spa, you and your family will enjoy their time here.

1 Logan Square, Philadelphia, PA 19103

Warwick Hotel Rittenhouse Square

Would you prefer to stay in the heart of the city? Warwick Hotel Ritten Square is the best alternative. This hotel features a gym and a salon, as well as comfortable accommodations for your entire family.

220 S 17th St, Philadelphia, PA 19103

 

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Historic Sites to Visit in Philadelphia

There is no shortage of incredible historical sites in Philadelphia. Many of these historic venues date back to colonial times. Here are some options you may want to consider seeing:

Independence Hall

Have you ever wanted to see the site where the United States Constitution was debated and signed? Make time to stop at Independence Hall. This venue provides visitors with a wealth of knowledge regarding the history and development of our country.

520 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

 

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Congress Hall

Did you know that before we called Washington, D.C. our nation’s capital, Congress Hall in Philadelphia was used by members of Congress to run the country? When you make time to visit this incredible location, you can learn more about the critical events that Congress discussed between 1790 and 1800.

Philadelphia, PA 19106

 

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Healthy Restaurants in Philadelphia

As you begin to explore Philadelphia, it’s essential that you keep yourself fueled and hydrated for the day. If you’re looking for healthy restaurants to try, why not give these options a try:

Fuel University City

If you’re in the mood for a fresh salad or smoothie, Fuel University City has you covered. Stop in and see for yourself any time between 9 AM and 9 PM throughout the week.

3200 Chestnut St, Philadelphia, PA 19104

The Couch Tomato

This restaurant is located just outside of Philadelphia; however, it’s well worth the visit. The flavors of every dish will undoubtedly keep you wanting more but won’t leave you with the guilt of feeling as though you just ate something unhealthy.

102 Rector St, Philadelphia, PA 19127

 

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Family-Friendly Things to Do in Philadelphia

Spending a day exploring Philadelphia with your family is an excellent way to reconnect with them. Here are some examples of family-friendly things to do in the area:

Please Touch Museum

The Please Touch Museum was specifically designed with kids in mind. As the name indicates, children are encouraged to touch any exhibit in this museum so they can develop a better understanding of how it was put together and how it works.

4231 Avenue of the Republic, Philadelphia, PA 19131

Fireman’s Hall and Museum

Does your family have an interest in the history of firefighting? A trip to the Fireman’s Hall and Museum may be the perfect place to try. When you step into this museum, you will feel as though you’re taking a step back in time in many ways due to the incredible firefighter-related artifacts throughout the space. This location is closed on Sundays and Monday, so be sure to plan your trip accordingly.

147 N 2nd St, Philadelphia, PA 19106

Have you come to a place in your life where you feel as though your addiction has taken over? The Legacy Healing Center team is here to help. Whether you would like more information about drug rehab or alcohol rehab programs or you need to begin your addiction treatment in detox, you can count on our team to provide you with the holistic support that you need during this critical time in your life. Please reach out to one of our addiction specialists today at 888.534.2295 for more information.

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