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#1 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
The setting among the trees, flora and fauna is perfect for all kinds of outdoor activities and offers plenty of shade and is a nature lover's treasure.
Park on Lincoln drive south of Rittenhouse town or near the valley green in or at Northwestern avenue by chestnut hill college...all excellent access points into one of the most beautiful places to hike or bike ri...
#2 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
There's quite a bit of walking, so be prepared with good shoes (and hats and sunscreen) A great place for adults and kids to get up close to Mother Nature.
really amazing natural park, good size, beautiful.
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Independence Visitor Center Independence Hall Great Essentials Congress Hall National Constitution Center Betsy Ross House (not managed by the park service but very close) Christ Church Burial Ground Declaration H...
From the park you can see and/or walk to the Liberty Bell, Constitution Hall, Independence Hall, the Constitution Center, the Independence Visitor Center, Franklin's grave, the Museum of the American Revolution.
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This trail has everything from nature, historic sites, recreation, etc. Choose your activity- walking, biking, running, rollerblading, etc. Watch the rowers, enjoy the public art and sculptures, rent a bike.
... w views, past the fantastic Art museum, through the water works, boathouse row, passing dozens of pieces of major statuary by major artists from 19th and 20th century and through the wonderful Fairmount Park.
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#5 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
You can rent bikes, grab coffee and a snack, use the restrooms at Lloyd Hall, eat at the Waterworks, visit the Art Museum, enjoy the statues and sculptures or play and relax in Fairmount Park.
A tree-lined, blissfully beautiful, gently winding road to drive along the river or park at various points to rent bikes or boats.
#6 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
... soccer fields, tennis and bocci courts, hiking trails, climbing areas, golf and disk courses, fishing, skateboard parks, picnicking areas, museum houses, horseback riding and about anything else you can think of.
A spacious, well maintained park offering hiking, biking, guided tours on Segways, lots of grass, and a bountiful collection of statues.
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#7 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
Unique summer park near Penn's Landing offers a fun and affordable day of relaxation with hammocks, Adirondack chairs, paddle boats, life-size games, and splash ponds.
Tucked away past Old City and Penns Landing is Spruce Street Harbor Park, home of great food, great drinks, great games, and great fun.
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#8 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
... inexpensive day trips is the Philly Zoo, which has a huge collection of animals, lots of stuff aimed at the kids, and an enclosed set of elevated walkways that allow the animals to safely roam the park.
Excellent place to spend an afternoon with animals and in nature especially if it's sunny!
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#9 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
Watching skaters glide across the ice rink, shopping at the Christmas Village, riding on the carousel in the central courtyard, or just wandering through the maze to consider parks and other historic sites around...
Each season brings a new dimension to this little park and it's here you'll get an up close view of the beautiful City Hall with the infamous William Penn situated at the top.
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#10 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
An easy walk from Independence Hall/The Liberty Bell, or a nice walk from Rittenhouse Square, Washington Square Park is beautiful to walk through and to read or see the many subtle memorials to those who sacrifice...
Beautiful park and incredible memorial honoring soldiers who died in the Revolutionary War.
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#11 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
The park contains a mini golf, picnic areas, space to ramble and amble, yet right near some excellent restaurants and the Revolutionary War hub of the city.
Franklin Square can simply be a walk in the Park amidst the city buzz or play a game of miniature golf or take a ride on the beautiful cariousel and be transported to childhood.
#12 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
The Tall Ships came in, we ate and drank at Spruce Harbor Park and down the pier near the Seaport Museum.
Lots of strollers and dog walkers were there, some resting on the grassy park areas.
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#13 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
The Nature Center has changing exhibits and the refuge changes with the seasons as migrating birds come and go and nature changes colors from summer browns to autumn yellow, golds and red to winter gray and bright...
The walks along river drives and in Fairmount Park are very pleasant but Tinicum is a National Refuge and offers a more peaceful escape from the city, although only a short drive away.
#14 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
Only a short distance from major roadways and traffic, the Shofuso Japanese House and Garden, is an oasis of calm in the midst of West Fairmount Park’s greenery.
The cherry blossom around the garden make it so beautiful to just walk around the Fairmont Park.
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The penguin park and hippos is truly great.
Only like 1 hour from the park and totally worth it.
#15 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
Love is part of our life..but sometimes you should show off that love...Go to Love Park you will definitely love it..best time to go at thanksgiving and Christmas ...
Great place for relaxing with friend and made photos with your LOVE Love Park is so lovely place, enjoy in it
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#17 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
You can definitely bring a picnic if you want to sit and enjoy the nature while enjoying a meal with a friend or loved one.
The garden itself is free as it is a Philadelphia city park.
#18 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
The park is great for morning yoga, an afternoon stroll, playing a quick game of pick-up football, or for a weekend picnic.
Pennypack Park has great paved trails for biking, jogging, etc.
#19 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
Plan to stay a few hours at this amazing park.
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#20 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
Sister Cities Park is a beautiful spot to enjoy while in Philadelphia.
Sister Cities Park is a treasure for all ages.
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#25 of 41 Nature & Parks in Philadelphia
Welcome Park is located across from the historic Thomas Bond House at 2nd Street and Samson Street Alley giving you a great introduction to William Penn and the city of Philadelphia.
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