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Review of Comcast Experience

Comcast Experience
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Philadelphia Small-Group Holiday Tour
Ranked #71 of 470 things to do in Philadelphia
Certificate of Excellence
Reviewed June 1, 2014 via mobile

I was joining colleges for lunch last year and they recommend cutting thru the comcast building. I have to admit, that I was impressed.

Next time I am up with the kids, they will love it!

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Reviewed April 29, 2014

The Comcast Experience has become an instant classic with its wonderful Holiday Show on their massive video screen - the largest in the world. We've taken guests of the city and friends and neighbors to view this amazing spectacle. Its a definite stop in for the holidays!

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Reviewed April 21, 2014

If you find yourself in the area, you should definitely stop and enjoy the show. After the show go down the stairs to the concourse that goes through Suburban Station (a step back in time). You can navigate your way through the concourse al the way to Market East in the Gallery without going up to street level. The Concourse was designed by Edmond Bacon (Kevin Bacon's father) and is alive with energy during the week but dead on the weekends.

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Reviewed April 11, 2014

We stopped by for a little while before going to the art gallery miles away. This was our first time. The staff was very friendly. We enjoyed the different things in the lobby area. Downstairs they had a store and a eating place. I am not sure of what else they had to offer.

1  Thank Pocahontas04
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Reviewed March 18, 2014

If you are browsing in the Center City and wondering what to do, maybe you should take a look at the lobby of Comcast building. They have incredible giant screens and very nice performance on it. It is really amazing not just for kids but for adults also.

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