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Parks & nature in Philadelphia

Historic Site
“Visit the most historic place in US: Liberty Bell and Independence Hall. Both the Declaration of Independence and the U.S. Constitution were signed at Independence Hall. ”
201 locals recommend
“Named after David Rittenhouse, astronomer and first director of the United States Mint, Rittenhouse Square is home to high-end shopping and world-class dining. Enjoy a lovely picnic in Rittenhouse Square Park or simply shop till you drop in the most prominent area of the city. Plenty of high-end boutique stores, to huge discount fashion stores!”
233 locals recommend
Sculpture Garden
“The Magic Gardens spans three city lots, and includes indoor galleries and a large outdoor labyrinth. It is a giant piece of art you can walk through and explore nooks & crannies. It is whimsical & facinating. To date, it is the largest work created by mosaic artist Isaiah Zagar. They host fun events, DIY art nights, live music & BYOB. Check the website calender for more information. ”
155 locals recommend
“Within a mile, along the Delaware River, you can hang out in hammocks, enjoy the breeze with a beer, or play giant board games with snacks and ice cream at Spruce St Harbor Park. Consider using the bike share at the park and take a short trip down the river to find it!”
154 locals recommend
“This is a short walk from our house. Its a great place for a morning walk or run and you if you enjoy a medium sized walk, the Art Museum isn't too far down the river from this park.”
145 locals recommend
“Great for hiking, picnics, or just taking a break to sit and meditate. Bikers, runners, and dogs frequent the trail. It’s really a place for everyone. You may even run into a few equestrians on the path.”
99 locals recommend
“Really pretty spot to watch the river, take in the crowds and other festivals.”
73 locals recommend
Harbour / Marina
“Scenic riverside site of historic boathouses for rowing clubs dating back to 1853.”
87 locals recommend
National Park
“This landmark-filled park covers 20 city blocks with museums, Independence Hall & the Liberty Bell.”
50 locals recommend
“Great place to hang outdoors... Burgers and shakes are delicious.... families can spent quality time playing mini golf and there’s a playground and merry go round for the smaller kids... ”
43 locals recommend
“Whether it is Boathouse Row, the Belmont Plateau, or the Wissahickon Gorge, you cannot go wrong visiting the many aspects of this huge park!”
47 locals recommend
History Museum
“This picturesque cobblestone street is known as the oldest continuously inhabited road in America.”
68 locals recommend
“LOVE Park gets its nickname from Robert Indiana’s iconic LOVE statue, which has resided in the space almost continuously since 1976.”
21 locals recommend
“The famous Love sign you must check out. It's near a fountain and offers amazing views of Philadelphia's museums and City Hall. If there's one place you need to take a photo of, this is it.”
36 locals recommend
“Afternoon destination drawing nature-lovers with its collection of flora on a 19th-century estate.”
31 locals recommend
“William Penn famously entered into a treaty of peace with Tamanend, a chief of the Lenape Turtle Clan in 1683.”
48 locals recommend