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August 21 - November 9, 2017
Join Friends of the Rail Park board members for a street-level walking tour of the proposed site of Philadelphia’s next great public space.
June 15, 2017
Party for the Rail Park on June 15, 2017
To support the ongoing growth of the Rail Park, we’re throwing a party at the brand new Roy Pitz Barrel House in Philadelphia. We want you to join us.
June 7, 2017
Build the Rail Park Happy Hour at the Trestle Inn - Bring Your Own Dog Edition.
Every first Wednesday from June to August we host a local rescue with adoptable pets on-site and treats provided by Doggie Style Pets. If you already have a beloved buddy, BYOD – Bring Your Own Dog!
Morris Animal Refuge joins us on Wednesday, June 7. Founded in 1874, the Morris Animal Refuge is America’s First Animal Shelter. They are committed to adoption, education and high-quality care, and as an open-admission shelter, and Morris has never turned an animal away.
- $7 Ryed The Rails Cocktail
- Happy Hour Specials
- Go Go by The Trestle Specials
- Adoptable Pets
- Doggie Treats by Doggie Style Pets
GET ON BOARD
In October 2016, the Center City District (CCD) broke ground on Phase 1 of The Rail Park. Stretching from Broad Street at Noble to Callowhill between 11th and 12th Streets, this historic quarter mile will soon become our city’s newest elevated public park, with a distinctive design that celebrates our industrial past and cultural heritage.
As the excitement builds, join us on the first Wednesday of every month from 5PM-8PM as we grow awareness of the project and raise funds to close an approximately $350,000 funding gap for Phase 1 construction. 20% of all sales from each monthly Build the Rail Park Happy Hour, hosted at The Trestle Inn, will go directly to support construction.
March 25 - April 22, 2017
Join Friends of the Rail Park board members for a street-level walking tour of the proposed site of Philadelphia’s next great public space. This street-level tour will follow along elevated and submerged sections of the former Reading Railroad, and tour
October 7, 2016
Join us for Unsung at The Rail Park, hosted by Mural Arts.