East Fairmount Park

50 Unique Experiences

Boxers’ Trail

This 3.8-mile scenic wooded trail is named after its original use as a training ground to generations of Philadelphia boxers, including world champion boxer Joe Frazier.

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Lloyd Hall

1 Boathouse Row Philadelphia, PA 19130

Lloyd Hall is a public athletic center on Boathouse Row and a great point of departure for an outing into Fairmount Park. In addition to equipment rentals and snacks, Lloyd Hall offers restrooms and a water fountain. Indoor basketball courts have public hours and host leagues.

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Schuylkill River Grandstand

Catch a seat on the river to watch exciting crew races in session - or just to relax and watch the water.

Azalea Garden

Aquarium Drive, Philadelphia, PA 19130, USA

Features just over four-acres of fantastic horticulture. More than 150 different species of azaleas and rhododendrons are intertwined with oaks, sycamores, colorful blooms and annuals. Great place for a picnic!

Sedgley Woods Disc Golf Course

3500 Reservoir Dr, Philadelphia, PA 19121, USA

Founded in 1976, Sedlgey Woods provides rough, forested terrain for a rewarding and challenging game of disc golf. The 27-hole course is lovingly maintained by The Friends of Sedgley Woods.

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Cosmic Café

1 Boathouse Row Philadelphia, PA 19130

This cafe emphasizes local & organic ingredients for a menu of breakfast items & sandwiches. Part of your purchase supports the Fairmount Park Conservancy.

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Smith Memorial Playground

3500 Reservoir Drive East Fairmount Park Phila, PA 19121

Smith Memorial Playground & Playhouse offers a free, safe place to play for children 10 and younger. The 6 1/2 acre Playground includes the Ann Newman Giant Wooden Slide and more than 50 pieces of unique, pieces of play equipment.

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Dell Music Center

The Dell Music Center, Strawberry Mansion Drive, Philadelphia, PA, United States

Philadelphia’s premier outdoor entertainment venue. This open-air amphitheater is managed by Philadelphia Parks & Recreation and is the fourth largest performance venue in Philadelphia with 5,284 reserved seats and 600 lawn seats.

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Mount Pleasant

1810 Mt Pleasant Dr, Philadelphia, PA 19121, USA

Built in the 1760's by Thomas Nevell, Mount Pleasant was sold to the City of Philadelphia in the early 1800s. Prior to its restoration in 1926 by the Philadelphia Museum of Art, Mount Pleasant once functioned as a beer garden and later as a dairy farm providing milk and ice cream to local residents.

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