Philadelphia's largest, most comfortable, and oldest park. There are some small historical buildings beside the river. The parks are all introduced. Several angles on the river bank are very beautiful and it is very close to the art museum.
A large city park is completely free. This time I went to the cherry blossom festival the day before. The open-air bar in the park was opened, and many shop sheds have been set up. It is a pity that this year’s cherry blossoms have already opened. In the blooming season, plus it rained two days before I went there, I didn't feel shocked when I went there. It would be better if I went three or four days in advance! There is a Touch Museum next to it, which is quite suitable for children to play. You can also see some nice cherry blossom trees along the roads around the park.
Philadelphia has a lot of city parks. The park environment in this place is also quite fun. There are many trees and lawns in the small park. It is also a very atmospheric and good place. I like the play measures here.
This is a huge green space in Philadelphia. There are art museums, water buildings, river courses, seven historical buildings, and football fields. This is what Kelly and I saw when driving along the east side of the river. But when I walked across the river to visit the west side, I found that there is a greenhouse, a Japanese tea room, and a great zoo. This piece of land has guaranteed the city's water supply for several years.
Fairmount Park is quite fun. The park is a very simple style. There are not too many things. There are a lot of plants planted in the park. Some benches can be used, and there is no money to visit inside.
Preston_Dominguez: Fairmount Park, Reservoir Dr, Philadelphia, PA 19119
Jeremy_Dodson: I recommended San Fernando Swimming Pool,Fairmount Park,Philadelphia Zoo,Schuylkill River,Please Touch Museum