by Regan Stephens
With a waterfront roller rink, free moonlit yoga classes, and a host of beer gardens all over town, make the most of summer in the City of Brotherly Love. Visit All The Beer Gardens
Wherever you live in Philly, there’s bound to be a beer garden close by. Morgan’s Pier
is situated right on the riverfront, with picnic tables and a beach-y vibe, while Independence Beer Garden
— with its 40 taps and vast 20,000 square feet of space — is good for relaxing after a historic morning (the Liberty Bell and Independence Hall are across the street.) The pop-up park at The Oval
near the Philadelphia Museum of Art includes a family-friendly beer garden, and this summer the SkyGarten
opens on the 51st floor at 3 Logan Square. The loftiest of Philly’s many beer gardens, sip a German Pilsner while taking in the view from one of the city’s tallest buildings.