Discover Philadelphia Parks + Nature
Although Philly is undoubtedly urban, founder William Penn never wanted it to lose its connection to nature. His original plan included five public squares, which you can still see today—now known as Rittenhouse Square, Washington Square, Logan Circle, Franklin Square, and City Hall. These green spaces are just the beginning of the best parks in Philly. And when you stay at Kimpton Hotel Palomar Philadelphia, you'll find yourself within easy reach of a variety of parks, providing a serene escape from the hustle and bustle of the city. Whether you're looking for a tranquil park experience near our hotel, like the John F. Collins Park - providing the perfect spot to get some shade or wish to explore the vast site of Wissahickon Valley Park , with its 1,800 acres of forest, meadows, and water, you're never far from the beauty of nature in this city.