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Spruce Street Harbor Park, Philadelphia
(4.6/5 based on 160+ reviews on the web)
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  • This place is amazing in the summer. Lots of fun things to do and you can have a bite and a beer and look out at the water and watch the boats go by. 
  • On the newer side this park which is seasonable has grown every year since it opened. Has a very nice beer garden and food courts. Lots of fun activities for the whole family . A great little gem. 
  • Lots to do-absolutely loved it! like going "down the shore" without the traffic! Good for all ages, morning noon or night! 
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  • What an amazing place. Brought the baby and some out of town friends. Played with big Legos and big connect four. Walked the pier and watch some boats. It was a windy day so we skipped the boat rides and paddle boats. Spent a good 4 hours there. Food was amazing, a little highly priced. But it was such a great time.
  • Games, food, drinks. Great summer hang out spot. A lot of places just to chill. They have hammocks everywhere just gotta get lucky and get a spot. Tables set up if you wanted to buy a few things.
  • Give credit to Philly for taking a space that was not really that inspiring and turning it into the "go-to" spot for Saturday and Sunday outdoors day drinking. Spruce Street Harbor Park is less of a park and more of an adult playground with games (that you have to pay for --___--), food trucks, beer shacks, and more. It's really fun with great views and hammocks if you need to pass out for a bit. The down side is that it hasn't changed much since it first opened a few years back, and in fact, it has scaled down quite a bit. So, it's a fun time the first time, but I wouldn't keep going back. They need to switch it up a bit and try something new with the space. Kudos, Philly, now keep getting better!
  • This place was so incredible. What a great idea! Everyone was really nice and calm and chill and we just sat back and had a few drinks and had a really good time. There were some guys up there that were dancing the whole night and everyone was cheering for them in addition to all the really cool lights and hammocks! This place is freaking amazing I would recommend it to anyone! And it's free! You can't beat free right? Oh, and it's very kid friendly. There we're kids anywhere from 2 to 20 there having a great time! I'll be going back for sure!
  • I went expecting a lively afternoon/ evening but all the stalls are acrually closed all day and no hammocks! Dont kniw if should have expected that but thats what the pictures suggested.