There is no shortage of interesting things to do in Philadelphia, but I sincerely recommend this art park. It is located on South Street in the south of Philadelphia, and the adult ticket is $10, which is very worthwhile. It's weird and cool, it's hard to define. The hidden roads are full of bottles, mirrors, mosaic tiles, bicycle wheels, and anything the artist likes. People began to feel separated from the city outside. Look slowly, go at 11 o'clock to avoid the crowd. It is neither big nor dazzling, but very beautiful, charming and imaginative.
The magic garden is also a landscape of very American culture and customs. The gardens are full of different styles. This garden is also very popular with locals and often hosts some parties.
The magic garden is very fun. The gardens are all very advanced abstract things. The whole building itself is very distinctive. The structure is composed of fragments, and the art resembles graffiti. It is made up of many colors.
The Magic Garden of Philadelphia is an art amusement park that occupies half a block of South Street in Philadelphia. In this Philadelphia tourist attraction, visitors can admire countless works of art, characteristic tiles and various fabrics, just like a magic garden. For children, a visit to the Magic Garden in Philadelphia will definitely leave the best memories.
A bizarre back garden is still worth seeing. very creative! It's just a little bit sun inside... You can also see the sculptures and paintings of old artists after the visit!
$15 is a bargain to view this outdoor (and some indoor) art installation on the one and only loud and colorful South Street. It belongs. It blends. It is a beauty you must see once. Photo ops GALO...
Rude, pretentious management and store clerk. Talk down to people. The “art” is definitely NOT worth it. Worst $15 spent.
We saw this on "This Is Us" and our daughter really wanted to see it in person. We bought tickets ahead of time and were able to spend as much or as little time as we pleased walking through. It's muc...
The Magic Gardens has lovely mosaics on display spanning indoors, outdoors, and down the block. You do have to pay admission and they do offer student discounts. The work is intricate and unique.
We loved seeing all of the mosaic tile artwork! It is all beautiful. You just have to look carefully because there is a LOT of detail in the art work. And, it is scattered around neighborhoods outs...