Welcome Park

4.1 from 20 reviews

Address 129 Sansom Walk, Philadelphia, PA 19106

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What People Think

"Nice convenient parking for ar museum"

"We enjoyed exploring this open air museum and plaza with our pup."

Business Hours
Monday:06:00AM - 23:00PMTuesday:06:00AM - 23:00PMWednesday:06:00AM - 23:00PMThursday:06:00AM - 23:00PMFriday:06:00AM - 23:00PMSaturday:06:00AM - 23:00PMSunday:06:00AM - 23:00PM

Accessibility

  • Wheelchair accessible entrance

Children

  • Good for kids

Reviews
Barb Hauck-Mah (barbhmphilly)

07 Aug 2023
We enjoyed exploring this open air museum and plaza with our pup. Welcome Park celebrates the contributions of William Penn. He lived at this site from 1699-1701. It's where he wrote PA's Charter of Privileges, which was a model for the U.S. Constitution and other countries. There are some benches and plantings. There's a marker for Penn's home, the Slate Roof House. It's close to other Old City landmarks, the First Bank and Carpenter's Hall.
Sangyeon Cho

02 Aug 2018
This is a very important place in history. Especially the State roof house. So the miniature is on display. There is a statue in the center. We recommend the City Tavern restaurant right next door.
Gerrit Hamilton

18 Sep 2022
Though its storied white marble walkways could use a little upkeep and maintenance, if one were to only invoke, in a clear and crisp tone, the Blessing of Penn they would be instantly transported to the Philadelphia International Airport or whisked even as far northward as Neshaminy Falls and Fortuna.
Rory Sweeney

08 Jan 2024
The National Park Service is apparently planning to remove the William Penn statue and the monument to the Slate House, so see them now while you can!
I Love Food Coma

05 Jul 2022
This doesn't look like a "park". It looks like an empty courtyard in front of buildings? It is quiet... no crowd. There is a bicycle rental station.
Jim Welsh

08 Jan 2024
The commies are trying to take down the William Penn statue !!!

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