18th Century Garden of the Independence National Historic Park, Philadelphia

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#47 of 55 in Museums in Philadelphia
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  • We visited the garden on our way to the theater. It was quite pleasant to divert from the street and walk into this garden oasis. It is a good example of 18th century horticultural design.  more »
  • Located a stones throw from Independence Hall on Walnut Street, between 3rd and 4th, this garden is overseen by the National Parks Service. Admission is free. The design of the garden is very...  more »
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  • An exquisite small garden just off walnut st. in old city. So much charm in such a small area. Sit on a bench and transport back in time as you absorb the serene atmosphere.
  • This is a beautiful historic garden, a really peaceful space in a busy center city area. However, a squirrel legitimately stalked me to the point that I was nervous and had to leave. that kinda wasn’t great.

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