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Center City District Parks & Plazas

Philadelphia's founder William Penn envisioned a "greene countrie towne" and Center City District (CCD) is proud to carry on his vision through the maintenance and management of open spaces throughout Center City.

Whether you live, work in or are visiting Philadelphia, we welcome you to enjoy Center City's parks and all they have to offer.

Center City Districtís Parks and Plazas are the natural choice for your next event. To plan an event contact Sarah Anello at 215.440.5507 or sanello@centercityphila.org. To learn more about rental opportunities download the CCD Parks rental brochure [PDF].

Take your own tour through Center City's parks and gardens, with this map from our friends at the Pennsylvania Horticultiural Society: PDF (661 KB).

 

John F. Collins Park
This shaded retreat located off of the 1700 block of Chestnut Street is a great place to take a break from the hustle and bustle of your day and enjoy a bit of the outdoors in Center City.Learn More »

 

Sister Cities Park
Sister Cities Park on Logan Square features a children's garden, boat pond and café. Learn More »

 

Dilworth Plaza
Scheduled for completion in 2014, Dilworth Plaza will be Philadelphia's premier gathering place and transportation hub. Features include a fountain, grassy lawn, café and the opportunity to enjoy a variety of activities including concerts, special events, and public markets. Learn More »

 

Cret Park
Cret Park, along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 16th Street, is home to Capriccio Café featuring outdoor seating and free wi-fi. It's a great place to meet up with friends or business associates and enjoy a cup of coffee.Learn More »

Related Information

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