From playgrounds, to trails, to sprayparks and pump tracks, the park has something to entertain every family member.
The Benjamin Franklin Parkway is Philadelphia's nod to the Avenue des Champs-Élysées of Paris and the Philadelphia's arts and culture center. Bordered by the Philadelphia Museum of Art at its northwestern edge and Dilworth Park at its southeastern terminus, the Parkway is also home to the Barnes Foundation, the Franklin Institute, the Rodin Museum, Paine's Park, The Oval, and more.
Philadelphia's park system is home to one of the largest collections of arts and culture organizations.
Philadelphia's park system is home to many notable historic sites, including the nation's largest collection of colonial and federal houses.
Philadelphia's park system offers a range of dining options in many of its repurposed historic structures.
Philadelphia boasts more than 100 neighborhood parks in every pocket of the city, each with their own dedicated group of citizen volunteers.
The Philadelphia park system is home to 151 playgrounds and recreation centers, 71 swimming pools, 168 athletic fields and courts, and 215 miles of trails, making it a picture perfect destination for millions of residents and visitors each year.
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