The Pop Up Park In Pennsylvania You Have To Visit This Summer
Sunbathing on soft sand. Soaring down roller coasters at the local amusement park. Catching lightning bugs or fireflies (whichever term you prefer). Some things you can only do during those endless summer days. Experience a truly unique part of summer when you visit Spruce Street Harbor Park, a pop up park in Pennsylvania that offers something for everyone.
Feel the breeze from the Delaware River flow through your hair as you begin your adventure at Spruce Street Harbor Park with a stroll along the boardwalk.
Stop by one of the booths that feature food from such local restaurants as Harborside Pizza, Federal Donuts, and Frozen Delights.
Sit back with a delicious meal or a snack, under a colorful umbrella, before exploring the park that also features floating gardens and landscaped barges.
Indulge in a childhood favorite - cotton candy or ice cream - as you make your way to the boardwalk's southern end where you'll...
Discover some of childhood's favorite games, including Ms. Pacman, air hockey, and skeeball. Other parts of the boardwalk feature shuffleboard, bocce, and ping-pong.
Lie back and enjoy the sweet summer air, swaying back and forth in a comfy hammock at one of two hammock lounges.
Grab a seat or lie down on the edge of the river, the perfect opportunity to gaze out at the water, to soak up the sun, or to chat with fellow visitors.
Pose for photos or snap shots of your pooch, who is also welcome at the pop up park.
As the sky begins to darken, the park illuminates with colorful lights, creating a breathtaking scene.
Find the perfect spot at Spruce Street Harbor Park, open until October 1, to sit back and watch the fireworks displays that often light up the sky over Philadelphia during the summer.
Plan your visit to Spruce Street Harbor Park Monday through Thursday from 1 p.m. to 11 p.m., Friday from 1 p.m. to 1 a.m., Saturday from 11 a.m. to 1 a.m., and Sunday from 11 a.m. to 11 p.m.
Spruce Street Harbor Park
301 S Christopher Columbus Boulevard
Philadelphia, PA 19106
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