1800 Arch St Philadelphia, AL 19103
For the Art Lover in All of Us
As part of the original city laid out by William Penn, the story of Logan Square begins with the very founding of the city of Philadelphia. Logan Square is widely referred to as the Philadelphia’s Museum district. Logan Square neighborhood houses museums such as Philadelphia Museum of Art, the Franklin institute, Academy of Natural Sciences, Barnes Foundation, Rodin museum and much more.
The area is bursting with local businesses, shops, restaurants and parks. Located on Philly’s memorable Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Logan Circle, a famous Philly fountain, is surrounded by gorgeous national flags, a wide and inviting layout, and pleasing architecture. One of the future prides of this neighborhood will be the Dilworth plaza located at the feet of City Hall which will create yet another green spot in the heart of center city.
On the west side of Logan square resides the Schuylkill river banks, Philadelphia’s newest riverfront destination. The riverfront trail and greenway is an ideal spot for a wide variety of active and passive recreation.
North/South: Market Street, Spring Garden
East/West: Broad Street, Schuylkill River.