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Kid friendly parks in Philadelphia
Seger Playground - Philadelphia, PA
1020 Lombard St, (215) 686-1780 - The Seger Playground is a fairly large recreational area, and a treasured Queen Village green spot.
48th & Woodland Playground - Philadelphia, PA
1414 S 47th St, (215) 685-2692 - The 48th and Woodland Playground, a fairly large recreational area, is a welcome and treasured green spot in the urban Gray's Ferry community. The
Independence National Historical Park - Philadelphia, PA
143 S 3rd St, (800) 896-8842 - Independence National Historical Park, located in Old City Philadelphia, is often referred to as the birthplace of our nation.
Washington Square Park - Philadelphia, PA
210 W Washington Sq, (215) 592-7787 - Washington Square is a historic green space located between Sixth and Seventh Streets and Walnut and Locust Streets in Philadelphia's Old City neig
Three Bears Park - Philadelphia, PA
319 Delancey St - This tiny playground (also known as Delancey Park) is geared to the younger set of infants to toddlers. Baby Bear would be ecstatic to play on the
Nicetown Park - Philadelphia, PA
4300 Germantown Ave, (215) 685-9147 - Nicetown Park is an urban public park that's used for community events such as health fairs and festivals. The facility also offers a playground wi
Pretzel Park - Philadelphia, PA
4300 Silverwood St, (215) 248-3338 - Though intially named Manayunk Park, the community has always known this green space as Pretzel Park, perhaps because of its pretzel-shaped walkway
Starr Garden Playground - Philadelphia, PA
600 Lombard St, (215) 686-1782 - The Starr Garden Playground is a tiny, green haven nestled inside the Queen Village neighborhood. The park contains a baseball field, basketball co
Clark Park - Philadelphia, PA
Baltimore Ave & S 45th St, (215) 552-8186 - Clark Park boasts a brand new tot-lot attracting many preschoolers. An older kids playground, farmer's market, and various special events are also
Campbell Square Park - Philadelphia, PA
E Allegheny Ave & Belgrade St - Campbell Square, formerly known as Allegheny Square Park, is a three-acre community park located in the heart of Philadelphia's Port Richmond nei
Pastorius Park - Philadelphia, PA
Lincoln Dr & W Abington Ave - Chestnut Hill's lush 16-acre Pastorius Park provides a pastoral setting complete with a lovely pond. The area is maintained by the Friends of Pas
Allens Lane Playground - Philadelphia, PA
McCallum St & W Allens Ln, (215) 248-0546 - Adjacent to the Allens Lane Art Center, the Allens Lane Playground has plenty for kids of all ages. There are outdoor tennis courts; two climbing s
Malcolm X Park - Philadelphia, PA
Pine St & S 51st St, (215) 472-3615 - Malcolm X Park is a kid friendly park located in Philadelphia PA.
Smith Memorial Playground and Playhouse - Philadelphia, PA
Smith Day Nursery Dr & Reservoir Dr, (215) 765-4325 - Smith Memorial Playground and Playhouse opened in 1899 through the wills of Richard and Sarah Smith. This Philadelphia landmark has hosted over nin
Schuylkill River Park - Philadelphia, PA
Spruce St & S 25th St - Schuylkill River Park, a neighborhood park under the joint jurisdiction of Fairmount Park and the Philadelphia Recreation Department, is centered
SMITH The Kids' Play Place - Philadelphia, PA
W Oxford St & N Park Ave, (215) 765-4325 - SMITH The Kids' Play Place in the Park (formerly known as Smith Memorial Playground and Playhouse) has provided many generations of children in Phi
Fairmount Park Playground - Philadelphia, PA
W Sedgley Dr & Poplar Dr, (215) 765-4325 - Standard Playground Kit set in the heart of Fairmount Park, Philadelphia, Pa. There is a basketball court about 40 feet away.
Kid friendly arboretum / gardens in Philadelphia
Morris Arboretum - Philadelphia, PA
100 E Northwestern Ave, (215) 247-5777 - The Morris Arboretum of the University of Pennsylvania is a great place to romp, relax, and foster an appreciation of nature.
Bartram's Garden - Philadelphia, PA
Lindbergh Blvd & S 54th St, (215) 729-5281 - Bartram's Garden, America's oldest living botanical garden, is a 45-acre respite of nature featuring the National Historic Landmark Bartam House, a
Kid friendly recreation in Philadelphia
Waterview Recreation Center - Philadelphia, PA
5826 McMahon St, (215) 685-2229 - The Waterview Recreation Center is a Germantown institution. Waterview's outdoor facilities include two baseball diamonds, two outdoor basketball c
Kid friendly nature centers in Philadelphia
John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge - Philadelphia, PA
8601 Lindbergh Blvd, (215) 365-3118 - The John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge was established by an act of Congress in 1972 to protect the last 200 acres of freshwater tidal marsh in Pe
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