Franklin Square Groups
Formerly known as North East Publick Square, Franklin Square is one of the 5 original squares laid out by William Penn in 1682. Originally designated as an open green-space, Franklin Square lives up to what it was always meant to be – An outdoor oasis, removed from the “hustle & bustle” of big city life.
Franklin Square welcomes group reservations of 20 or more people for exclusive group rates. For more information or to make a group reservation, contact the Group Sales Department at firstname.lastname@example.org or by phone at 215-629-5801 x209.
Play @ the Square
Parx Liberty Carousel
Perfect for children (or children at heart) the Parx Liberty Carousel features hometown racehorse heroes Afleet Alex and Smarty Jones along with other colorful creatures.
Philly Themed Mini Golf
Enjoy a tour to some of Philadelphia’s most iconic landmarks as you and your group putt your way through this 18-hole Philly-inspired mini golf course.
Group pricing available to groups of 20 or more. In order to qualify for group rates, reservations must be made at least 48 hours prior to your visit.
Learn @ the Square
Featuring 5 different stations, this interactive program “transports” children back in time to the colonial era. The five stations include colonial games, crafting, stories and more…
Perfect for children ages 8 and up!
Flat-rate pricing available for student/youth groups of 75 or more. For more information or to make a group reservation, contact the Group Sales Department at email@example.com or by phone at 215-629-5801 x209.
Party @ the Square
Built in 2012, the Pavilion at Franklin Square is an indoor, climate-controlled event space. For more information, please visit Parties and Facility Rentals. You can also email our Events Sales Coordinator, or call 215-629-5801 x221.
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