Our favorite thing about Fairmount Water Works? Drinking beer along the Schuylkill River!
WED + THURS 5 - 10PM | FRIDAY 4 - 11PM | SATURDAY 1 - 11PM | SUNDAY 12 - 10PM
Along the Schuylkill River, Fairmount Water Works was built between 1812 and 1872 to provide safe, clean drinking water to a city on the cusp of remarkable growth and was in operation until 1909. Fairmount Water Works now houses a restaurant and an interpretive center that educates the public about local watershed history.
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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 Fairmount Water Works on GoPhillyGo HERE.
Accessible via SEPTA bus route 38 located at Art Museum Dr. and Back Entrance.
Limited parking available at Waterworks Drive parking lot off of Kelly Drive. Paid parking available at the Philadelphia Museum of Art garage off of Anne d’Harnoncourt Drive.