Parkway Cultural District
Representing Philadelphia’s cultural district, the Parkway Council is a coalition of cultural and educational institutions and businesses along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
The Parkway Council's mission is to accelerate the transformation of the Parkway into a great urban park filled with exceptional cultural institutions, inviting gardens, active public spaces, and dynamic programming that welcomes and engages everyone and enhances adjacent residential communities.
FREE ACTIVITIES ON THE PARKWAY
DIY Tour of Philly’s Public Artworks
Use the Association for Public Art’s guide to learn about public artworks all over town. From memorials and monuments to statues and murals, see what makes Philly an arts destination.
Horwitz-Wasserman Holocaust Memorial
Explore the United States’ oldest Holocaust monument and take a tour of the site with IWalk, a free educational app that uses survivor testimony.
Monumental Tour Philadelphia
The Tour brings together 4 visually and conceptually diverse artists in a group showing of sculptures that invites viewers from all backgrounds to learn about the African American experience.
Visit in person and check out the audio tour accompanying the installations.