I love history, very humbling- the area is full of American History but we arrived to late to take any tours. Be sure to get to the area before 4 pm if you want to experience any tours.
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Lovely park near old city with beautiful trees, a lovely fountain, and many park benches. Of greatest importance is the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier from The Revolutionary War
This is a tranquil federal park on the grounds near historic Independence Hall. The fountain is a calming spot, and the memorial to the revolution reminds us that much was sacrificed to birth our country.
Extremely meaningful visit day or night. First, read the signs around the park and learn about the unknown thousands of black burials that remain in the ground beneath this Georgian park. Then visit the tomb of the Unknown Soldier of of George Washington's army. Step...More
This is one of my favorite places in Philadelphia. Beautiful park and incredible memorial honoring soldiers who died in the Revolutionary War. Definitely worth a visit!
I walked through Washington Square Park in Philadelphia several times in February 2017. It is a very peaceful place. You can pass through here on the way to Independence Hall, the Liberty Bell and the historical part of Philadelphia. The highlight of the park is...More
This is a nice park to take a break or have a pick nick in. You are still in the Old City area with plenty of trees, grass and birds.