9 Staggering Photos Of An Abandoned Pier Hiding In Philadelphia

One of the best public art spaces in Philadelphia is hidden along the river at Pier 18. Once a busy Conrail stop along the Reading Railroad, Pier 18 is now Philadelphia’s worst kept secret, and dozens of people flock to “Graffiti Pier” every day to take photos that will take your breath away.

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Did you know Philadelphia has more public art than any other city in the country? No wonder we seem to love Graffiti Pier!

Here are a few more facts about Philadelphia to impress your friends – or to get ready for Trivia Night in Old City.