During Holidays on the Hill, visitors can immerse themselves in the season’s spirit by strolling through one of Philadelphia’s most historic villages! Guests can enjoy the holiday cheer of Chestnut Hill with a brass quartet, view an outdoor model train display at Morris Arboretum and take advantage of late-night shopping hours on Wednesdays. Refreshments are served at many local businesses to add charm to the season, and guests can have their picture taken with our beloved Santa!
Chestnut Hill provides a nostalgic background for a holiday experience that harkens back to an earlier time. Carolers will stroll the Avenue to add their music to the mood!
From Small Business Saturday to the legendary Stag & Doe Nights every Wednesday between Thanksgiving and Christmas, Chestnut Hill has vibrant holiday traditions.
Convenient Shopping Hours
It is the season for one-of-a-kind finds and specials. Most Chestnut Hill shops are open until 7:00pm or later on Wednesdays through Saturdays during the holiday season for your shopping convenience. Visit https://chestnuthillpa.com/business/ to browse our full array of retail boutiques and restaurants to plan your visit.
Chestnut Hill will have numerous additions to our shopping district in the form of seasonal pop ups along the Avenue. Stay tuned to our social media for news and updates on what’s new this year for the holiday season on the Hill!
For plenty of options when time is short, give the gift of the Chestnut Hill Gift Certificate. Redeemable at virtually all of Chestnut Hill’s fine shops and restaurants (except Staples and CVS), these convenient gift certificates can be purchased in person at 10 E. Springfield Avenue or online at https://chestnuthillpa.com/shop/chestnut-hill-gift-certificate/.
FREE PARKING PROMOTIONS
For the benefit of our customers, we are pleased to offer a special Free Parking promotion this holiday shopping season. The Chestnut Hill Parking Foundation is offering free parking in its six public lots all day and night every Wednesday from November 29th through Christmas.
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