WED + THURS 5 - 10 PM;
FRIDAY + SATURDAY 1 - 11 PM;
SUNDAY 12 - 10 PM
Jefferson Square Park was established in the 19th century. During the Civil War the park was used by the Union Army as an encampment site. Afterwards the park was reconstructed using the Rittenhouse Square Park plans. The park’s granite retaining walls and pillars are identical to those installed at the same time in Rittenhouse Square. Three sides of the park are surrounded by residential row home areas of South Philadelphia and the north side is bordered by Washington Avenue.
8/3 Friends of Jefferson Square Kids Night 6 to 8 pm | bring the whole family out for picnics, treats and some sprinkler fun
8/3 Indego Bike Share 5 to 9 pm | Indego will be providing unlimited bike parking at their 4th & Washington location
8/4 Friends of Jefferson Square Park Fundraiser 5 to 7 pm | 50% of proceeds will go directly back to Jefferson Square Park!
8/4 Urban Consulate Happy Hour 5 to 7 pm | Join this forward thinking group for City Lobby, their monthly parlor for urban exchange in Philadelphia.
8/4 Major League Bocce 8 pm | Stay after the happy hour and gaze at the action of the night glow bocce tournaments
8/5 Charge Gym Bootcamp 6:30 pm | Charge is sponsoring a FREE run and bootcamp that ends at Parks on Tap so make sure to sign up for the group located at 9th and Christian where the event starts
8/6 Maha Yoga at Parks on Tap 12 to 1 pm | Pay What You Can
8/6 Instameet with Pennsporter 11 am | Starting at the Washington Avenue Green park, stroll through Pennsport with @Pennsporter and end up at Parks on Tap to toast your discoveries
8/6 Indego Bike Share 5 to 9 pm | Indego will be providing unlimited bike parking at their 4th & Washington location
Indego will be providing unlimited bike parking during select times of Parks on Tap at their 4th Street & Washington Avenue location - click here for a schedule and details!
Accessible via SEPTA bus routes 57 and 64 located at 4th St. and Washington Avenue.
Street parking is available