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Penn's Landing

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Lynette
Lynette
June 17, 2019
Summer Festivals, Spruce Harbor Park
Nequetta
Nequetta
March 22, 2020
If you are into great scenery, long walks and free attractions then take a walk on Penn's landing. Breathtaking view and fun for the entire family
Navid
Navid
February 2, 2020
A nice setting with some moving historical monuments Worth a visit
Ava & Mike
Ava & Mike
January 22, 2020
Named in honor of William Penn’s historic landing in Philadelphia in 1682, Penn’s Landing hosts events, classes, attractions and entertainment all year long. Perhaps most notably, this area is home to seasonal parks including Spruce Street Harbor Park and Blue Cross RiverRink Winterfest, as well as…
Quinn
Quinn
January 17, 2020
Great night-view alongside the Delaware River. Summerfest (Roller skate) and Winterfest (Ice skate) are one of the main attractions to visit Penn's Landing. There are also food vendors and arcade settings. Great place to stop by when visiting Philly!

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Penn's Landing