Parks on Tap
PARKS ON TAP RETURNS TO THE BANKS!
Stop by the grassy area just south of the Walnut Street Bridge from Wednesday, May 31 through Sunday June 4 for a good time along the river.
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday 4 - 10PM
Saturday and Sunday 12 - 10PM
Parks on Tap is Philadelphia's traveling beer garden that gives back. It is a partnership with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation, Fairmount Park Conservancy and Avram Hornik of FCM Hospitality that brings a beer garden to various parks throughout the summer. Parks on Tap is an initiative with the city that kicked off in 2016, aiming to engage the Philadelphia community and give back to the neighborhood parks.
Fresh food, beer on tap, wine, snacks, and non-alcoholic beverages are provided in a festive outdoor environment featuring comfortable chairs and hammocks and clean restrooms.
Get here with public transportion: SEPTA bus routes 2, 7, 9, 12, 17, 21, 31, and 44. SEPTA Regional Rail to 30th Street Station.
Ride Indego: the closest docking station is at 25th and Locust Streets.
Get here by car: The nearest parking lot to the Walnut Street Bridge is at 24th and Sansom Streets. Walk up the stairs at 24th and Walnut Streets to get to the Walnut Street Bridge, walk along the bridge towards the river, once you're past all of the buildings, walk down the set of stairs that leads to the Banks. To access the trail from this lot without taking stairs, you can walk down 24th Street to Locust Street, turn right on Locust Street and walk one block to 25th and Locust Street to access the at-grade crossing into the Banks.
More details: https://www.parksontap.com/.