Boathouse Row

Harbor / Marina, Other Outdoors, Park
Kelly Dr
Philadelphia, PA 19130
(215) 236-2011



  • Bring your bike or lace up your running shoes. This park is the perfect place to escape the city. (Without actually having to leave.)
  • Look familiar? The beautiful Boathouse Row is featured in the beginning montage of each episode of It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia.
  • Rowing teams here are members of the Schuylkill Navythe oldest amateur athletic governing body in the U.S. At night, the lights along this section of the Schuylkill River create a memorable view.
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  • Great for views and photos if you're visiting the city
  • Great place to walk and enjoy the sights of Philly
  • This beautiful urban escape also serves as a nice setting for a date.
  • Went to a grad party here it was so beautiful at night
  • Head to the north end of Boathouse Row to find a sculpture of Thorfinn Karlsefni the first foreign-born settler to have a child in North America.
  • Catch some of the best sunsets in Philly here along the river!
  • Beautiful,I love it here!!!
  • Pretty in the daytime , but gorgeous at night. Philly has so much history and this area provides a wonderful lesson plus you have the row teams to watch
  • Must See for any visit to the Philly area. Bring walking/jogging shoes or a bike (or rent one) and cruise around the entire Fairmont Park area to the art museum. Fun views of the river and city.
  • Wonderful area to walk, bike, row or just people watch.
  • Great place to park and run from.
  • Gorgeous! Great place to relax or workout. Check out the view from West River Drive.
  • Bike Riding!
  • Boathouse Row consists of 15 boathouses housing social and rowing clubs and their racing shells. Each boathouse is over a century old and have their own history.
  • I hate the winter and despise Christmas, but this has the best view during the holidays.
  • Boats, boats, boats!!

Nearby places

2600 Benjamin Franklin Pkwy
Kelly Dr (btwn Lincoln Dr & Eakins Oval)
Ben Franklin Parkway (Eakins Oval)