This large expanse of grasslands, recreational facilities, streams and historical structures borders the northwest side of ... More
This large expanse of grasslands, recreational facilities, streams and historical structures borders the northwest side of Philadelphia, just behind the Philadelphia Museum of Art. The 8,700 acre ground include day camps, playgrounds, sporting fields, basketball courts and hiking trails. Special events include running events, bicycle and antique car races, walk-a-thons, regattas and small and large picnics, including the Greek Picnic with over 100,000 participants annually from around the country. Tours are available of the historic mansions in the park.
This little hollow across from City Hall is most noteworthy for Robert Indiana's 1978 "Love" sculpture. The piece has become
a popular symbol for the "City of Brotherly Love" and its image is plastered all over the city. It's ...
If you're coming to Philadelphia from New Jersey, consider a trip across the Delaware River on the ferry. It's faster
and more pleasant than a drive across any of the five bridges, and you don't have to worry about ...
Philadelphia Trolley Works conducts 90 minute tours of Old City Philadelphia daily, it offers a chance to take in the
rich history the city has to offer in the throwback charm of yesteryear. All day passes allow patrons to ...