New Park Alert! Pop in to our new hot-spot, Pastorius Park, this week!
WED + THURS 5 - 10PM | FRIDAY 4 - 11PM | SATURDAY 1 - 11PM | SUNDAY 12 - 10PM
Pastorius Park is a 16-acre gem nestled in the heart of residential Chestnut Hill.
The land that comprises the present-day park was donated by George Woodward
(1863-1952), a prominent physician, developer, and progressive politician.
The park was designed by local landscape architect Frederick W. G. Peck,
and its construction executed by the Works Program Administration (WPA) in
1937. Peck's design, heavily influenced by Frederick Law Olmstead, reflects the
community's desire and Woodward's vision of the park as a passive green
space for both reflection and recreation.
FIND US ON GOOGLE MAPS HERE.
Join Roots2Rise every Thursday from 6-7PM for free yoga in the park! Donations are encouraged and those who donate will receive a free drink ticket to use at Parks on Tap that day.
WALKING AND BIKING
For easy and convenient directions, check out Pastorius Park on GoPhillyGo HERE.
Accessible by SEPTA Regional Rail- Chestnut Hill West Line (to St. Martins or Highland
stations) or Chestnut Hill East Line (to Gravers or Wyndmoor stations), then walk a few
blocks to the park.
Variety of parking options within walking distance of Pastorius Park.