The One Enchanting Place In Philadelphia That Must Go On Your Bucket List Immediately

Isaiah Zagar has spent his life traveling to new places, meeting folk artists, and installing his tile mosaic art around the world. In Philadelphia, his life’s masterpiece is on display on South Street between 10th and 11th. This is where you’ll find Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens, the most enchanting place in Philadelphia. Zagar began working on the space in 1994 and it opened to the public in 2008.

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Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens offers discounts to students, military and seniors, and children get in for just $5. This is one place that absolutely must go on your bucket list! And while you’re in south Philly, be sure to stop by Termini Bros Bakery for the best cannoli in Philadelphia.