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Enter to Win Day 49 Prize

Enter to Win Day 49 Prize

Spend the summer at sea – or at least a summer day at sea. Enter to win a family 4-pack of tickets to the Independence Seaport Museum ($54.00 value) and get a close-up look at life on the water.

At Philadelphia’s only maritime museum, you’re free to explore nautical art, interactive exhibits, the wooden boatbuilding Workshop on the Water and two historic ships – the Olympia, the oldest steel warship still afloat in the world, and the Becuna, a WWII-era submarine. Explore at your own pace, take part in special events or participate in the family-friendly Seafarin’ Saturday adventures to see whether you’d be fit to set sail.

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Check MetroKids.com/SummerFun every day through August 29 to see daily prizes you can enter to win, including great summertime-fun products and tickets to family-favorite venues and events. Prizes change daily! You never know what day will bring a perfect fit for your family.

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