America's Most Popular City Parks
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No. 10 Rittenhouse Square, Philadelphia
Set in the ritzy Philly neighborhood that shares its name, this seven-acre park is a hub for block parties and festivals (as well as a handful of hotels, which bring crowds and check-ins). On any given day, you’ll spot residents hanging with their dogs, artists sketching, and musicians strumming guitars.
Don’t Miss: The Rittenhouse Square Flower Market, an annual two-day festival held each May, the oldest continuous event in the space.