#BartramsGarden is the oldest surviving botanical garden in North America. Located on the west bank of the Schuylkill River, it covers 46 acres and includes an #historic botanical #garden and arboretum.
Chadds Ford Gallery features a wide selection of Wyeth prints as well as original works of art by the Regional artists of the Brandywine Valley, Chester and Delaware Counties, with selected works by some of the finest National and International artists.
Chestnut Park is a tiny oasis in the middle of the hustle and bustle. Between 17th and 18th streets, behind its beautifully ornate iron gates, it is a popular spot for lunch, a game of chess or a quiet spot to read a book under the shade.
Spruce Street Harbor Park is a true celebration of Philadelphia and the Delaware Riverfront. In 2014, the Delaware River Waterfront Corp commissioned Groundswell to design a temporary summer park on the Delaware River, which was received with rave reviews from the local community. Often note
Mount Pleasant, Philadelphia: Scottish ship captain John Macpherson (1726–1792) and his first wife, Margaret, built their grand country estate on this site—high atop cliffs overlooking the Schuylkill River—between 1762 and 1765. They employed as their builder-architect Thomas Nevell (1721–1797), an apprentice of Edmund Woolley, the builder of Independence Hall.