Malcolm X Memorial Park

4.3 from 1501 reviews

Address 5100 Pine St, Philadelphia, PA 19143

Phone Number +12156861776


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What People Think

"Places to sit, spacious, good location for children to run around"

"Enjoyed the atmosphere, good vibes"

Business Hours
Monday:05:00AM - 22:00PMTuesday:05:00AM - 22:00PMWednesday:05:00AM - 22:00PMThursday:05:00AM - 22:00PMFriday:05:00AM - 22:00PMSaturday:05:00AM - 22:00PMSunday:05:00AM - 22:00PM


  • Wheelchair accessible entrance
  • Wheelchair accessible parking lot


  • Picnic tables
  • Public restroom
  • Slides
  • Swings


  • Good for kids
  • Good for kids birthday
  • Playground


  • Dogs allowed

MargaretLaGolda Valcárcel

11 Apr 2024
Had a great experience in the Park today meeting some amazing powerful people gathering together for the community to get involved in Popular education 😁 I would like to thank the Black Panthers Party for Advocating and stepping up! ✊🏽All Power to the People!!
De Whatdouknow

17 Aug 2023
Wanted to teach my child about history while playing at the park. Who knows if nowadays students will learn about these great people. My child loved the park. I loved the park benches with Malcolm X name on them. The art mural, history lessons on the light poles ( could be more), music playing with groups of people listening and dancing Overall, great experience. Location in west Philly.
Anwar M Hossain

16 Mar 2024
Malcolm X Memorial Park, a cherished green space in West Philadelphia, is steeped in cultural significance and community spirit. Named in honor of the civil rights leader Malcolm X, the park is a six-acre urban oasis around 51st Street and Pine Street, known for its summer jazz festival and vibrant atmosphere. Recently, the park faced a devastating fire that damaged its electrical system, restrooms, and a beloved mural of Malcolm X and Dr. Betty Shabazz. The community has rallied together, with plans to restore the park and its facilities, reflecting the resilience and unity of the neighborhood. This restoration effort, including a community cleanup and financial support from local representatives, underscores the park’s importance as a symbol of heritage and a focal point for community engagement.
Aminah Small

21 Jun 2023
Malcolm X Memorial Park is a very nice park. Which hosts a lot of events throughout the Summer. I went there for the Father’s Day cookout. They had lots of different vendors there.performers a parade.
Dollean adams-harvey

19 Apr 2024
My granddaughter had a play date. There is a playground. She and her friend had a great time.
Courtney Muhammad

27 Aug 2023
Theatre in the X does a production in the Malcolm X Memorial park every August. The neighborhood can get loud, i.e. motorbikes, but overall, it is a nice clean park to attend events held there.

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