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Die besten Parks in Philadelphia

Historische Stätte
“Last rung in 1846, this 2,080-pound icon of freedom features a biblical inscription & a famed crack.”
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“Awesome city park in the heart of downtown. Great people watching and fantastic restaurants along park with outdoor seating”
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“Park by the river with tons of hammocks, games, food trucks, and a floating beer garden on the water. Some nights, they have free concerts as well. Best on weekdays, if you want a chance at finding an open hammock.”
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“We still cant believe this place exists in a city. Get lost in nature, hiking trails, mini waterfalls and even a few hot spring ponds. Spring, Summer or Fall the Wissahickon trail is a special place. ”
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“Basket ball course, dog park, skate park, hiking trail on the river leading to the Philadelphia Museum of Art. By foot or bicycle, and heavenly and peaceful grassy river banks”
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National Park
“This landmark-filled park covers 20 city blocks with museums, Independence Hall & the Liberty Bell.”
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Hafen / Marina
“Scenic riverside site of historic boathouses for rowing clubs dating back to 1853.”
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“Vibrant Penn’s Landing attracts families to its stretch of parks and multicultural eateries along the Delaware River. The Great Plaza and Festival Pier are popular venues for outdoor summer.”
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“Centered on a historic fountain, this park offers mini-golf, a classic carousel & a burger joint.”
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“Whether it is Boathouse Row, the Belmont Plateau, or the Wissahickon Gorge, you cannot go wrong visiting the many aspects of this huge park!”
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“Penn Treaty Park is a small park on the western bank of the Delaware River, in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. The land that is now the park was part of the Lenape village of Shackamaxon, where William Penn famously entered into a treaty of peace with Tamanend, a chief of the Lenape Turtle Clan in 1683. A treaty that was never really honored.”
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“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.”
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“This is the closest large park to the house, and is on the way to Old City where you'll find the Liberty Bell. ”
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“Located right at Philadelphia City Hall this is a fun place to ice skate in the winter or hang out and grab lunch in the spring and summer. ”
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“Afternoon destination drawing nature-lovers with its collection of flora on a 19th-century estate.”
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