People tend to check in during these times:
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This park was planned by Will Penn as one of the 5 original parks in Philly.
Originally called Southwest Square, Rittenhouse Square was renamed in 1825 after David Rittenhouse, a clockmaker and friend of the US Revolution, as well as an astronomer.
Lovely square in upscale neighborhood.
Always a gaggle of gays hanging in the park on the weekends. Usually on the north side
Wandering at any tim
A perfect park in a perfect location.
A nice spot for a summer stroll.
Chilling on a summer evening
Good for a picnic on a nice day or to sit and read a book
Such a cute park!
It is good for the area. People watching is fun but it gets a little shady at night.
Lively park. Plenty of shade from the sun
Rittenhouse Square is 1 of the 5 original parks planned by Pennsylvania during the late 17th century. The square includes several of the city's outdoor sculptures like Paul Manship’s Duck Girl of 1911
This was the park seen in The Happening opening scenes.
If visiting Philly around Xmas or New Years, stop by at nite to check out the holiday lights.
Great to chill, day or night. Any restaurant around the square is great for people watching.
Gorgeous park! Lots of dogs, and a great location for craft fairs
Finally some rest!
Great place for people watching on a nice day. Lots of interesting characters here.
Lots of homeless people, lots of dogs, and lots of benches.
Best park in Philly...bring a blanket and enjoy the people watching
The best people watching in the city. This place always feels so welcoming and cozy, filled with all kinds of people. Bring a book, some food, or just yourself. You can always find a seat.
The north side of the park is popular for picnickers and there are always a few gays boys enjoying the weather
Philly's most popular downtown park. A long walk from the venue, but head there after the conference or on the weekend.
Ball in the square tonite was very nice and all the proceeds go back into maintaining the park.
Art show. Not the best time to chill. Overflowing with people. Still nice, though. V.
Quiet place in the midst of a busy city
dogs in the square
Home of the $100 cheesesteak!!
Great place to people watch in the summer.
Walnut Street near Rittenhouse Square is a Philly Fashionista's stomping ground. Take a stroll through the park and hit your favorite boutiques and restaurants along the way.
Old timey swing band on Sundays around lunchtime, with a bunch of swing dancers and Lindy hoppers.
thank you TREES for your shade and bliss!!!!
Be careful of the rats ! They are huge!
Hang around in August to see the annual Philly Naked Bike Ride go by on 18th street.
Head over to Federal Donuts and grab a few sweet snacks while you picnic in the park.
Talk to a wealthy old man long enough and he could give you money and/or show you his sex toy collection!
new to philly looking for friends just moved here from texas 2 weeks ago
Beautiful area of town. Lovely landscaping. Some days you may run into the rich and famous.
Come at night and watch the massive rats scurry through the park
Rainy day but peaceful & quiet
farmers market stands on Saturdays! Cheese, local honey, flowers, and herbs for your herb garden!
Lots of shady spots to enjoy!
Always nice place to chill!!!
Flower market May8-9
Bring your acoustic guitar and be the first guy ever to play Stairway to Heaven in this park.
This is THE Nanny hangout!
Make sure to enjoy the outdoor market on Saturdays when they have them. Awesome.