This 5.2-acre site includes a pool, sports fields, and tennis and basketball courts. The three-room building features a computer room and multi-purpose space. The site hosts a variety of activities. Named in honor of A. Albert Cherashore. He was a WWII veteran and the city's first Commissioner of Records under the 1952 charter.
Eakins Oval is a traffic circle in Philadelphia. It forms the northwest end of the Benjamin Franklin Parkway just in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, with a central array of fountains and monuments, and a network of pedestrian walkways.
Also known as "America’s Most Historic Square Mile," Independence Mall is the three-block section of Independence National Historical Park that lies directly north of Independence Hall and south of the National Constitution Center. It is bounded by Chestnut, Race, 5th and 6th Streets.
Independence National Historical Park is a federally protected historic district in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania that preserves several sites associated with the American Revolution and the nation’s founding history.
Located in East Fairmount Park, Smith Memorial Playground and Playhouse has been a treasured destination for more than a century. Designed solely as a play space for children, this landmark is home to a four-story, 16,000-square-foot “play mansion,” an iconic 44-foot wooden slide, and state-of-the-art Play Pod with a giant see-saw and spinning “jungle gyms.” The Playhouse, designed for children ten and under, offers toys, games and activities including a tumbling room, a book nook, a climb-on train and an indoor tricycle room for exploring “Smithville,” a mini-town made just for kids. Smith has hosted more than nine million children since its opening, and is an ideal attraction for families. It's free for all to enjoy, and donations are welcomed.
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